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Best Example of Non Verbal Hand Signals for Primary Classroom - FrEeBiE

Using non-verbal hand signals could be an effective "Managing Materials" and/or "Managing Noise" procedure. Procedures are essential to creating a classroom conducive to learning.

This could be good for large group lessons or when the students are working on something independently. That way the teacher knows what they need without having to stop helping another student.

Classroom Management Solution: Hand Signals

Using Hand Signals in the Classroom

Using Hand Signals in the Classroom

Hand signals have changed my classroom environment and my life as a teacher! Teaching primary grades I have found younger child.

This Marzano Scale is perfect for the little ones! It's cute, and simple to understand. Posters and bookmarks are included. Matches my hand signals clipart :). Just print, laminate, and post. Your administrators will love that you have a Marzano Scale posted in your classroom!    Soon to come in Spanish!  Created by Alma Almazan

Marzano Scale Kid-Friendly

This Marzano Scale is perfect for the little ones! It's cute, and simple to understand. Posters and bookmarks are included. Matches my hand signals clipart :). Just print, laminate, and post. Your administrators will love that you have a Marzano Scale pos

Classroom Management Solution: Hand Signals. Just a Bonus pin unrelated to motivation- great solution for the elementary classroom!

Classroom Management Solution: Hand Signals

Hand Signals to make my class time flow smoothly. There are examples of hand signals which students can use to show they need help, water, a pencil, or understand the problem.

I could change this up a bit by using a clothes pin and putting it next to the task we're on for a visual. Great for kids with autism.

FREE schedule cards from Cara Carroll. Can be used at home for morning routines. Picture schedules are an amazing way to get your child with autism to go through a daily routines

Logical Consequences in the Classroom...I use these all the time, but this is a great example to show the parents.

Logical Consequences in the Classroom

Logical Consequences in the Classroom.I use these all the time, but this is a great example to show the parents.

Confessions of a Primary Teacher: Freebie: Class Information Sheet and Parent Communication Log

Confessions of a Primary Teacher: Freebie: Class Information Sheet and Parent Communication Log. I especially like the communication log portion.

EDITABLE HAND SIGNAL SIGNS, CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, RAINBOW CHEVRON - TeachersPayTeachers.com

EDITABLE Hand Signal Signs, Classroom Management, Rainbow Chevron

These are different hand signals students can hold up in the air when they need to tell the teacher something; rather than shouting across the room or waiting for the teacher to come to the student's desk.

SHINE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT POSTER

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!

Brag bracelets for students to wear as you catch them being awesome! I LOVE this idea!! {Via The Hands-On Teacher in First}

Keep the labels and use friendship bracelets to just tie them right on students wrists! (any student, anywhere!) Brag bracelets for students to wear as you catch them being awesome! I LOVE this idea! {Via The Hands-On Teacher in First}

Secret Student - pick a student each day to keep a close eye on. During the day say you are checking on your secret student and the class will correct their behavior in case they are the secret student

Older children star of the day - Secret student! Primary Possibilities: Positive Behavior Rewards Secret Student with Freebie

5th Grade NYS Learning Standard CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC LIFE: Constitutions, rules, and laws are developed in democratic societies in order to maintain order, provide security, and protect individual rights.  This is an example of a "classroom constitution" made together as a class.  It allows your students to become more comfortable as a learning community. Also students are more inclined to follow and not break their own rules rather than rules that the teacher sets.

Constitutions, rules, and laws are developed in democratic societies in order to maintain order, provide security, and protect individual rights.