teaching resource

Daily Mystery Student Classroom Display

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF, Word, Word | 3 pages | Years: F - 4

Magical display for the daily Mystery Student, a fun and easy behaviour management strategy for your classroom.

Use this teaching resource to display in your classroom for your daily Mystery Student.

The crystal ball is used to cover the name of the student that has been randomly picked at the start of the day.

Students don’t know who the Mystery Student is, but must ensure they are displaying positive behaviour as they may be crowned the Magical Mystery Student at the end of the day! But only if they have displayed appropriate behaviour and gained their magical points!

For more about this awesome behaviour management strategy, check out our blog.

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  • Petrina Davies
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    Do you tell the students at the end of the day who the Mystery Student was if they don't get all the points they need?

    • Holly (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Petrina, Thanks for your comment. No, I wouldn't suggest you tell the students who the Mystery Student was if they didn't get their points. You just restart the next day with another Mystery Student.