Breaks are great for getting much-needed rest and recharging your batteries! This is true whether you are on break for a holiday, because you needed to take a few days off for your mental health, or you are stuck at home due to an illness. However, getting back to “normal” in your classroom can be a challenge. How do we combat this without having to start back at square one? By reviewing classroom procedures after a break.
Tips for Reviewing Classroom Procedures After a Break
- Revisit Classroom Rules (right way/wrong way practice)
- Set Goals (super improver wall)
- Spice up your procedures (new call and response/new game/fancy scoreboard)
- Refresh Memory of Procedures
- New Scoreboard Rewards
Whenever you go back to your classroom after a break, you’re going to want to do at least a little refresher or a fun round of “Right Way, Wrong Way”. However, these other tips are fun ways to shake up the rewards and help with reviewing classroom procedures after a break. In addition, you’ll get your students excited to be back in school learning again!
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