5 Classroom Management Tips for Center Time: VIDEO

It’s time for anotherrrr VLOG! You guys were amazing about the first one, so why not do another one??

We’ve all seen those anchor charts circulating that say the times you can interrupt (insert teacher’s name here) while he/she is teaching small groups is if the school is on fire, you’re bleeding, or if Peyton Manning/Channing Tatum/Justin Timberlake/Wiz Khalifa/etc. etc. walks into the room. As funny as these are, I can relate to this idea on a molecular level. There is WAY too much to do during small group time to have a kid come tell me that they need a black marker or something. 🙄

This little video is a collection of tips from my room that help my students stay focused on their work during center time with few behavior problems (important) and minimal interruption to me (MOST important). 😂

So, here you are, my friends. Click the heart below to let me know that you like this second attempt to share my corner of the teaching world with you, and connect with me on Instagram! Links to all products or blog posts referenced in the video are featured below!

Read to Self Response Cards

Read to Self Response Cards

Notebook Grading System Blog Post

Notebook Grading System Blog Post

Read to Someone Centers

Read to Someone Centers

Posters around my room that show my behavior expectations!

Posters around my room that show my behavior expectations!

Link to VLOG about Writing Project

Link to VLOG about Writing Project

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