Rashi Ratliff. Edu . 299. Classroom Management Plan. Kindergarten. My classroom management plan is established to maintain a positive environment in the classroom. By stating simple and clear rules, the students will know what is expected of them. I will encourage good behavior by implementing a re.... ID: 619164
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Classroom Management Plan
Classroom Management PlanKindergarten
My classroom management plan is established to maintain a positive environment in the classroom. By stating simple and clear rules, the students will know what is expected of them. I will encourage good behavior by implementing a reward system that recognizes those students who follow the rules of the classroom. There will also be consequences put into play for those students who display inappropriate behavior. I will also keep a daily behavior log documenting incidents that may occur on a given day. Through my classroom management plan, I hope to establish and maintain positive relationships in the classroom as well as a healthy learning environment.Slide3
We use our inside voice.
We use our walking feet.
We respect the personal space and property of others.
We raise our hands before we speak.
We take turns and share.Slide4
Preferred Activity Time (Individual)Student must earn a required number of star punches on their behavior punch card.Examples include extra recess time with another class, non-academic computer time, select a class activity from a list of choices, draw a prize from the class prize box, etc.Preferred Activity Time (Group)Group as a whole must earn a required number of star punches on their behavior punch card.Examples include movie time, class party, extra recess time, puzzle or game time, etc.Slide5
First sad face = Student given a verbal warning. Second sad face = Student given verbal warning and changes color card to yellow.Third sad face = Student changes color card to purple and loses privileges.Fourth sad face = Student changes color card to blue and phone call/email to parent(s).Fifth sad face = Student changes color card to orange and receive conference with parent(s).Sixth sad face = Student changes color card to red and receive conference with parent(s) and principal.Slide6
Strike 1 = Verbal warningStrike 2 = Verbal warningStrike 3 = Put away materials, return to seat, thinking timeStrike 4 = Lose recess time or another activitySlide7
StudentMondayTues.Wed.Thurs.FridayKyle1 check T1 check OZoe2 checks PTanner2 checks OMira1 check THJack1 check F
Checks and letters correspond to number of times rules broken and the infraction
O = Out of Seat
F = Fighting
P = Playing around
TH = Throwing things