SHINE Classroom Management Poster

I'm thinking change "sit" to "stand," hands folded to hands at your sides, and "speaker" to forward. Perfect for when we leave the classroom. Get your shine on!

Kindergarten Celebration: Daily Schedule

I love looking at different ways that people choose to structure their school days. Here is a copy of my daily schedule.

Sharing ideas for organization and enrichment in a kindergarten classroom

The 30 Best iPad Apps for Kindergarten

The 30 Best iPad Apps for KindergartenBrand New Birthday BoardHand Signal BookmarkTeaching Back to School ProceduresBook Study: Word Nerds Chapter 1 Más

free editable schedules and class lists

Editable Schedules & Class Lists

This is an example of what Kindergarten daily schedule can look like with a balanced literacy block! Read the blog post to see more sample schedules for full day and half day Kindergarten. - Learning At The Primary Pond

Fitting It All In: How to Schedule a Balanced Literacy Block for Kindergarten

6 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions {Printable} - KindergartenWorks

6 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions {Printable

Fun and simple ideas for classroom management from the best resource available to teachers: other teachers! Top hallway procedure transitions and ideas.

FREE Reading Comprehension Passages SET 1 - Beginning Readers

FREE Reading Comprehension Passages For Beginning Readers 4 Free Emergent Reading Comprehension and Fluency Passages. To see the full packet here:Reading Comprehension SET 1 - Beginning Readers

Chit~Chat Chart...pull a square of the chart when a child is talking while the teacher is talking. If all 3 are pulled before recess...they have to run/walk laps. Don't take recess away as a punishment.

Chit chat chart- pull a square of the chart when a child is talking while the teacher is talking. If all 3 are pulled lose time at recess.good for a chatty class. I like this better than the blurt chart.

Free or editable learning targets!  Read about making a learning target section of your board at Forever in Fifth Grade!

Having learning targets displayed for the whole class to see will help the students stay on track and better understand what their goals are for the day or week.