Sunday, July 1, 2012

Scholarly Success….Common Sense Classroom Management

We all love simple things that make classroom life easier, so I thought I would share two of my featured TPT products, that have really made my life easier.     
As usual, since this is a TPT item that I am sharing,  I will send out the set of your choosing (for FREE), to the first 5 people that do the following……

1)  Comment on why you would like to receive this item (specify primary or upper elementary) and leave your email address, so that I can get you your freebie.
2)   Share this  item on Pinterest.
3) Share this item on Facebook.
4)   Follow my TPT Store

Hmmmm…… Who knows, once I've given away my first 5, if your comments are persuasive enough, I might be tempted to DOUBLE the amount of free sets I send out to 10.
You can check out these items on TPT and download a free preview, by following these links:
(26 Page Primary Packet)

(14 Page Upper Elementary Packet)

I can’t wait to hear from you!   

 

22 comments:

  1. I would love this awesome freebie because after 5 years of teaching Head Start/Pre-K, I am moving to Kindergarten next year and would LOVE any new ideas, inspiration, etc that I can get! :)

    Erin
    Erin5067@gmail.com

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  2. My professional development goal this year was to try and incorporate something new with my classroom management style. As a third grade teacher, every new group of kiddos is a surprise so I am always on the lookout for new tips, tricks, and tools! :)

    ~MissDGrade3@gmail.com

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  3. I had a really rough year last year with a child that would flip out, throw tantrums, throw items, hit, scream, you name it. My school psychologist observed him and said there was nothing I wasn't already doing that would help him more and for me to keep it up. I felt there had to be better ways to dealing with it and I hope that this K-2 packet has some engaging ways to have better classroom management.

    I pinned this post (and the TPT page for each of those files)
    I follow you in TPT.
    I liked them on FB.

    Thank you!

    redmist100@gmail.com

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  4. As a 4th grade teacher, this would be an awesome addition to my classroom management system! I am always looking for new ways to help students become more responsible.

    I have followed all of your steps!

    Thanks,
    Jenn
    jjburkhardt@sbcglobal.net

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  5. Each child and classroom is different. Some of the "old" techniques may not work with certain kids. It would be nice to have a "bag of tricks" to use. New ideas are always good to have.

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    1. Heather Keweza
      kewezah@rcschools.net


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  6. Scholarly behavior is one of the things I had decided to focus on throughout the year with my students. To set the bar and remind them they can succeed. So this would be fantastic to get!!!!

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    1. Accck. I"m number 6 - but just in case meteachfourth@gmail.com

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    2. Upper grade packet if I am so lucky - thanks.

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  7. I teach Pre K and would love some new ideas!
    charlagilleland@yahoo.com

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  8. And I've done all the steps!!!
    Charla

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  9. I hope you're giving away more of these because due to technical difficulties my comment didn't post and now there's more than 10! I am intrigued by these resources. This was something that my 5th graders struggled with this past year and I have been looking for ideas to make teaching them these skills easier.

    sarahreese.k@gmail.com

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  10. I LOVE the primary one!!! I love that you are helping students accountable. I TOTALLY would use this!! I teach 2nd and think this is perfect for my classroom. It is so positive. :)
    I am following you on TPT..... I have pinned... and shared on FB.
    :) :) :)
    Patty
    Teacherking55@gmail.com

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  11. I like the primary packet! I am following all the steps required. joyce.eizenga@yahoo.com

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  12. I just sent out your free sets...Let me know if it didn't make it to you. Thank you for all of your comments!!

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  13. I know I can always use some more strategies to help making classroom life easier. (Each year offers its own new challenges and you never know what will work and what will not.) I teach 4th grade in Harlem, but wouldn't change it!!
    mtbbent@aol.com

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  14. I am always looking for things to make classroom life easier. This year I am going back down to 2nd grade from 3rd. I am always willing to try new things and this looks great. I follow your TPT store, pinned you on Pinterest, and shared you on Facebook. Please pick me!!!!

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  15. I teach 4th grade in an inner city school. I am always looking for ways to motivate my students and for new behavior strategies. I don't know if you've already picked your new winners, but I just wanted to thank you anyway for all you do for teachers. I love your blog, follow you on facebook, TPT and also pinned. Thanks again!!!!

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  16. I teach 3rd grade and I'm always looking for new ideas to improve on classroom management. I had a very difficult class last year, and realize that sometimes you need a "new bag of tricks." I know you are way past 10, but I am still going to share this on Pinterest and Facebook, as well as join your store and blog!
    Thanks,
    Patti :)
    A Series of 3rd Grade Events

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