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A visual reward chart along with token and reward cards to use in the classroom.
A visual first-then board and set of 48 task and reward picture cards to use in the classroom.
A collection of Captain Yet resources themed around helping students to overcome their learning challenges.
A handwriting worksheet designed to help students goal set by reflecting on what they can and cannot do yet.
A poster with generic class rules on it.
A poster to indicate the appropriate noise level within the classroom.
A vertical tracking chart for students to reflect and follow their learning progress.
A set of 4 instruction cards to help your students transition throughout the school grounds.
A beehive themed classroom behaviour management wall display.
A set of 3 posters to use in your classroom to indicate whether directed, guided or independent learning is taking place.
A set of 5 class rules posters.
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A guide to creating a student-led classroom contract and to making classroom expectations happen!
Blurt Buttons are a bright, fun classroom management strategy to help banish blurting out and manage impulsiveness and noise at school.
A set of Penguin themed star student badges.
A set of Sloths themed star student badges.
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