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Managing Classroom Jobs, Behavior
Submitted by: Susan Conrad, Kindergarten

I have a pocket chart with five rows, and five columns. Each column is labeled a day of the week, to be used for daily helpers. Each row is labeled with moveable arrows attached to clothespins. The classroom chores, such as Leader, Messenger, Clean-up... are labeled and moved at the beginning of each week. Each pocket is labeled with a velcro tag with each child's name. Each morning, the children place a blue crayon to show they are present. I give out color changes for misbehavior. ( green - time out) (yellow - miss one activity) (red - miss two activities) (black - office or call home). I explain these colors like a traffic light: green - go; yellow - slow; red - stop



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