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Visual Classroom Management Freebies for Back to School

I can't believe back-to-school time is coming up so quickly! I've been thinking about my classroom decor and decided to go a little different route this year. I want to try and use as many actual photos as possible to make things super clear for my students and help with explicitly teaching classroom procedures.

I've made some new visual posters and wanted to share them with all of you.

My first change was with my class rules posters. I have used a modified version of the Whole Brain Teaching rules for the last several years.


I also wanted explicit Voice Level posters for my students.


If you haven't checked out A Day in First Grade's blog post about her morning meeting, it's a must read {here}. I loved how she gave her students three choices for sitting on the carpet. Last year, I had a lot of students who didn't want to sit criss-cross applesauce. I think my students will be much happier with these options.


If you're interested in any of these visuals, you can download them all below for free by clicking on the pictures!




I hope these are helpful in your classrooms!



15 comments:

  1. Awesome Job!! I love how the posters came out and my absolute favorite one is the mermaid sitting position :) So cute!
    Courtney
    Teaching in Paradise

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  2. Thank you for sharing these! I love them and can't wait to use them this year!

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  3. These are wonderful but I cannot access the Visual Sitting Posters. It says it may have moved or been made private. Can you help? I would love these. lanai.robbins@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Lanai,
      I'm so sorry for the broken link. It is now fixed and can be downloaded!

      Thanks,
      Angelia

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  4. I can't get the visual sitting poster to open. Can you help? I would love these for my class...liefera@royaloakschools.org

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    1. Hi Amy,
      I'm so sorry for the broken link. It is now fixed and can be downloaded!

      Thanks,
      Angelia

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  5. I would love to use the visual sitting posters but the link is inactive. Do you know where I can still access them? Thank you! kellilugo@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Kelli,
      I'm so sorry for the broken link. It is now fixed and can be downloaded!

      Thanks,
      Angelia

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  6. I love these!! I teach in an autistic classroom! The sitting program won't work! Any chance you can email them to me: collegirl714@aol.com?

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    1. Hi Colleen,
      I'm so sorry for the broken link. It is now fixed and can be downloaded!

      Thanks,
      Angelia

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  7. I would love the visual sitting posters but it says the file has been moved. Can I still access them somewhere? josta@maplelake.k12.mn.us Thank you!

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    1. Hi Mrs. Jost,
      I'm so sorry for the broken link. It is now fixed and can be downloaded!

      Thanks,
      Angelia

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  8. I have the same question as others above - hoping the visual sitting poster link can be fixed. Thank you!!

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    1. Hi Sarah,
      I'm so sorry for the broken link. It is now fixed and can be downloaded!

      Thanks,
      Angelia

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