The better behaved your class is, the more manageable and productive your students can be. Of course, teachers understand that classroom behavior management takes work, reinforcement and the best classroom resources from Really Good Stuff.
Getting students to behave for hours every day takes a multifaceted approach because not every child responds similarly to praise or discipline. With our team of experienced former teachers consulting on product development, we have an impressive collection of materials to encourage positive behavior in your educational setting.
Charts, Posters and Cards
Once you establish classroom rules, you want your students to be accountable for their behavior. Encourage positive behavior with reward charts and motivational posters to help them learn a sense of community, self-awareness and personal responsibility. Add a set or two of social-emotional communication cards that teach students to identify how their needs and feelings interconnect.
We have a range of classroom behavior management materials that work in class environments from PreK to middle school. For instance, our banners and posters emphasize classroom expectations and help students learn to advocate for themselves. Include an age-appropriate behavior tracking kit with your order to stress to students the importance of respectful, cooperative conduct.
Privacy and Responsibility
Want your older students to understand suitable behavior? Give them classroom tools that help them stay strong in the face of peer pressure, bullying and other social issues. Consider our privacy shields for individual desks or table communities to prevent prying eyes or test anxiety.
We also have hall passes that can last an entire school year and cell phone baskets to remind older children that class time is for learning, not texting. Be sure to browse our behavior management materials to see what tools your classroom may be missing.