May and June Classroom Management Games

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My students absolutely LOVE playing Classroom Management Games!  I have designed this game set for May and June to cover any behavior needs you need to cover.  You just choose the behavior focus before playing the game with your class.  These games target those behaviors while positively reinforcing students meeting your expectations.  Classroom games are played as a whole group and end with some sort of reward.  You can also play the games in teams, tables, or individually.  These games are also great if you are homeschooling.  You can use these as incentives to complete activities and assignments during your day.  I have included a list of mostly free prize ideas in the resource.

I print the games on cardstock and laminate them.  I use Velcro dots to attach the game pieces to the game boards. 

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This game requires students to earn all of the shark's teeth by the end of the day.  If you are working on transitions, and students exhibit a quick, quiet, and smooth transition, they earn a shark tooth.  I attach the pieces with velcro dots.  If it's not completed by the end of the day, they have to start over the following day.

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Fill the Cup requires students to earn pieces to fill the glass of lemonade by the end of the day.  If you are working on cleaning up, and students exhibit that behavior, they earn a piece.  I attach the pieces with velcro dots.  If it's not filled by the end of the day, they have to start over the following day.

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Tropical Tic Tac Toe is played like traditional Tic Tac Toe.  When students exhibit the positive behavior, the student gets to add an X to the game board.  When students do not meet expectations, the teacher gets to add an O to the game board.  The first with three in a row wins!

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Hearties Hunt can be played as class vs. teacher or you can play it by tables or teams.  When a table or students are being on task, for example, they get to move their game piece.  The first to the treasure wins!

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For Beach BUMP, just choose what behavior you want to focus on.  When students do not meet expectations, the teacher gets to add a game piece to the board.  When a student meets your expectations, that student gets to add a game piece to the board.  The first with four in a row wins!  Don't forget that you can bump each other off the board!  

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BEE on Task Challenge is a students vs. teacher behavior whole group behavior management tool.  Reward students for positive behaviors by giving the class side of the board a game piece.  For negative behaviors, the teacher side earns a game piece.  At the end of the day or class period, the class must exceed the teacher side for a reward! 

These games have made all the difference with my class!  But I have to say that in order for them to work, it's up to you, the teacher, to keep them going.  You do have to keep reminding them of the game and make it competitive.  Stay positive and be an encourager.  You will begin to see your students mirroring those same qualities.  

You can click any of the pics from the post to check out the resource.  I would love to hear how it goes in your classroom!  Please feel free to tag me on Instagram to share how they are going!  

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