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How to Control a Disruptive Class: The Quick & Easy Method that Saved My Sanity | Teach 4 the Heart

How to Calm a Disruptive Class: The Quick & Easy Method that Saved My Sanity

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Early Finisher Task Cards ~ "I have my flipflop holder hanging on a hook on a cabinet door in my classroom. I punched a set of holes in each task cards and hooked then together with a ring. I then placed the rings on the notches on the flip flop holder.

This is a list of ways to engage student who are off-task or not paying attention. I like that it focuses on positive ways to get students to participate rather than giving the student negative feedback. The list includes quick ways to change up instruction to grab students' attention. -Tracy Healey

27 Ways To Make Sure Students Pay Attention In Class. Or second language learners. Or my son, who often isn't paying attention.

Home Depot $0.77 Nail Apron = cheap and awesome way for kids to store books at their desks!

These Home Depot aprons are only 77 cents and make for great desk organizers when tied around a chair. 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

FRIEND-used this acronym/idea when teaching activity day girls..worked well, good discussion

FRIEND-used this acronym/idea when teaching activity day girls.worked well, good discussion Good for social skills!

So many amazing tips and tricks for 2nd grade classroom teachers.

"So many amazing tips and tricks for Year 2 classroom teachers which can be used for Year 1 as well! Froebel's Teachers are working towards developing the independence of their students!

CHET ATKINS Wildwood Flower - YouTube

The great Chet Atkins playing the all-time favourite "Wildwood Flower".

26 Songs to Give Courage to Any Public Speaker

26 Songs to Give Courage to Any Public Speaker

Makes them accountable for leaving cap off, writing too hard, losing, etc...LOVE this!! So need to do this next year.

Makes students accountable for leaving cap off, writing too hard, losing, etc. Great idea to teach responsibility! doing this for sure next year!

Instead of "I Can't" or "I don't know"... I would change a few of these though and guide students in "creating" the list as a class (beginning of the year mini-lesson).

This is for students but most adults need this.instead of "I Can't" or "I don't know". I would change a few of these though and guide students in "creating" the list as a class (beginning of the year mini-lesson).

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