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Cafeteria Behavior

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Attendance Motivation

Attendance Motivation- This PBIS attendance reinforcer is originally meant for a class, but it also could be great for a student who is always tardy and/or misses the first period of the day.


For the beginning of the year at least. Even big kids need practice with appropriate noise level.

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Superhero Voice/Noise Levels

Superhero voice/noise level chart An effective classroom management strategy to control voice and noise level in your classroom.


Free, printable "folder stories." Simple one page social stories that teach appropriate social skills and behavior.

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Ripple Kindness on

Kindness tree for Random Acts of Kindness week.

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Cup Management

Use green, yellow, and red colored cups for group work. When a table gets too loud, change the cup to yellow. If the table continues to be too loud, the cup gets changed to red; this means a loss of group time. Students now have to do their work independently and silently. This is great and won't punish the entire class.


Voice Levels Should be displayed in the classroom and be referred back to before starting any activities. Helps students always be aware of their noise level.

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Golden Spatula Cafeteria Reward

Are you looking for a way to motivate your grade level to have great cafeteria behavior? Here's a great tool to help encourage children to have a quiet and clean cafeteria environment. Teachers decide which class out of the grade level performed the best.

from eHow

Ideas to Make an Elementary Lunchroom Quieter

Ideas to Make an Elementary Lunchroom Quieter | eHow