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

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.

Classroom management harry potter style. For middle school, each block is a house and receive points. I am using marbles in mason jars for each block.

Classroom management harry potter style. For middle school, each block is a house and receive points. I am using marbles in mason jars for each block.

FREE!!  This can be used to promote good classroom behavior and teamwork among groups. It includes a header card ("Terrific Tables") and table number cards 1-6. The teacher or a student helper can line up the number cards according to good behavior, for lining up quiet groups when leaving the classroom, etc.

FREE!! This can be used to promote good classroom behavior and teamwork among groups. It includes a header card ("Terrific Tables") and table number cards 1-6. The teacher or a student helper can line up the number cards according to good behavior, for lining up quiet groups when leaving the classroom, etc.

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

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.

In my 17 years of teaching, I have tried ALL KINDS of behavior management systems ranging from pulling cards, economy systems, tickets, table points, marbles in jars, Class Dojo, etc… I’ve tried them all looking for that PERFECT  system… and you know what I’ve come up with? THE PERFECT SYSTEM DOES NOT EXIST!      I think we each need to find out what works for us and for our current students. I’ve also learned the hard way that what might have worked beautifully in the past, may prove to be…

BAM's: Classroom Management System

In my 17 years of teaching, I have tried ALL KINDS of behavior management systems ranging from pulling cards, economy systems, tickets, table points, marbles in jars, Class Dojo, etc… I’ve tried them all looking for that PERFECT system… and you know what I’ve come up with? THE PERFECT SYSTEM DOES NOT EXIST! I think we each need to find out what works for us and for our current students. I’ve also learned the hard way that what might have worked beautifully in the past, may prove to be…

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