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Are behavior issues popping up more than usual in your classroom? Are your students forgetting expectations and you’re just hoping that things will settle down? Does the next break seem entirely TOO far away? Let me help you get your classroom back on track with these 5 classroom routines and procedures to “reset” when things feel chaotic.
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5 Classroom Routines and Procedures to “Reset” When Things Feel Chaotic
Do you feel tired, exhausted, stressed, or worn down by classroom management struggles? At different times of the school year, our classroom routines can get a little (or a lot) out of sorts. I’ve been there which is why I’ve got your back!
Check out these 5 things to “push the reset” button on any time of year for quick improvements!
- Arrival Routine – How are your students coming in to start the day?
- Transitions – Transitions can make or break classroom struggles.
- Circle Time – Revisit the length of your Circle Time, and how your students arrive and depart from it.
- Procedures – Lining up, going to lunch, recess, etc. What are the current routines for these? Do they need to be updated?
- Clean Up Time – Does this need a revisit to make things calmer?
Don’t wait! Change might feel hard, yes – but dealing with the same issues and classroom management struggles for the whole year is harder.
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