Games are one of my favorite ways to manage classroom behaviors and expectations. They are an easy way to keep things fun and engaging for you and your students! I love creating behavior management games so that you have low-prep ideas for your classroom.
Today I’m joined by two classroom teachers, Lydia and Amy. Lydia is a third-grade teacher, and Amy teaches both second and third-grade. They both use some of my classroom management games daily with their students and are on the podcast to share their experiences with you!
In this episode, we discuss:
- Which classroom management games are their favorite
- How they use the games in both in-person and virtual teaching
- What kind of prep it takes to set up and manage
- How the games have made an impact on classroom management, student behavior, accountability, and engagement
- Using the games in whole group and independently
Which classroom management game is your favorite? Tag me on Instagram @teachcreatemotivate and let me know!
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