Student Management

Fire Drill Prep

From Day One, teach your kids to line up in a particular order. You can do this by their first name, last name, or by any other criteria. The students should learn to know who is in front of them and who is behind them, as well as who is at the front and at the end of the line. This will help you when it comes to fire drills or other emergency procedures where you must know if someone is missing quickly. The students will most likely know who is missing before you do. You should simply be able to ask everyone to make sure their neighbors are there.

More Student Management Ideas

Chair Tilters
Student Spotlight Week
Musical Cues
Quick Finishes
Peace Maker Place
Choice Cards
Line ’Em Up
Provide Variety
It’s What You Wear
Attention Problems?
Fire Drill Prep
Sponge Basket
Show and Tell Notebook
Tea Time
Weekly Meeting
Specific Praise
Plant Water/Animal Feeding Schedule
Discipline Notes
Job Assignments
Lining Up
Chair Stacker
Behavior Flowchart
Seating Arrangements
Random Rewards
Rug Time
Picture Magnets
Seating Arrangments
Volume Control
Board Eraser
Picking Partners
Compliment Mailbox
Guest Speaker
Name Sticks
Earned Privileges
Certificate Ceremony
Energy Patrol