I love when I figure out a clever way to implement an idea, probably way more than I should, but I can't help it.  Classroom Hacks make me so dang happy because they're efficient and make sense.  Efficiency makes me giddy and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one, right!  I love clever tricks to help with management and organization. Anything to make my life easier!  I want to share some of my classroom  hacks that you can use tomorrow in your classroom.

Classroom Hacks You Can Use Tomorrow in your Classroom

Classroom Management | Ms. Truong's Elementary Art Class. class points 2-5; table points k-2

Classroom Management

Create a table points system by using one border trim and chevron accents. Laminate the accent pieces so they can be dry or wet erase.

Teacher Created Resources ~ Classroom Pick Me Up and Step Into Spring Giveaway!

Create a table points system by using one border trim and chevron accents. Laminate the accent pieces so they can be dry or wet erase. for "Hallway Heros" points too!

Table points are a great way to reward students at the small group level. Plus, they are so easy to manage.  This post has some great ideas for rewarding table point winners.

Keeping Table Groups on Point {Using Table Points to Reward Small Groups}

Table points are a great way to reward students at the small group level. Plus, they are so easy to manage. This post has some great ideas for rewarding table point winners.

Adding a little standards based math into your table points is a great way to sneak some extra practice in!

slipping some standards in.even to table points! The students earn an 'x' when the entire table is on task and point when a few are on task. 'x' is given a value and the equation is solved at the end of the week

Table Points (small group rewards) and how they work in my classroom

Keeping Table Groups on Point {Using Table Points to Reward Small Groups}

Table points are a great way to recognize students' efforts in a small group capacity. They are also a great way to motivate students to wor.

Table points are a great way to reward students at the small group level. Plus, they are so easy to manage.  This post has some great ideas for rewarding table point winners.

Keeping Table Groups on Point {Using Table Points to Reward Small Groups}

Table points are a great way to reward students at the small group level. Plus, they are so easy to manage. This post has some great ideas for rewarding table point winners.

The idea is to fill up the buckets with "sparklers," or sparkly pom poms, and earn prizes as a group.  Groups can earn sparklers by packing up quietly, transitioning quickly and quietly, listening and working quietly {do you see a pattern here? lol}.  Groups must earn 8 sparklers for a reward.

I just planned on going to the craft store for some sparkly pom poms, I swear. Then I realized Target was nearby.

20 easy classroom management strategies you can start right away to help improve student behavior and build a strong, positive classroom com...

20 easy classroom management strategies you can start right away to help improve student behavior and build a strong, positive classroom com.

individual table behavior incentive

Use these glittery pom poms as an incentive for table groups to behave. The competition for Sparklers will get intense! If a group earns they get a prize and then start over; the other groups continue on until they hit and so on.

Table points are a great way to reward students at the small group level. Plus, they are so easy to manage.  This post has some great ideas for rewarding table point winners.

Keeping Table Groups on Point {Using Table Points to Reward Small Groups}

Table points are a great way to reward students at the small group level. Plus, they are so easy to manage. This post has some great ideas for rewarding table point winners.

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