Give Me Five is a reminder that they use in my field placement school (Sam Houston Elementary) to get the students to quiet down and pay attention. I think it is a great and simple symbol that the students respond well to. As soon as the teachers say, "Give me five", or raise their hands, the students know exactly what is expected of them.
"Give Me Five" is a powerful classroom/behavior management system to get the attention of your students right away. This is a poster to help you use this attention grabber signal in your class visually. I have included a color and a black and white copy. $1
FREE and super-cute! Two variations on "Give Me Five" are included. Download now for Back to School use. (2 pages)LIKE IT? Please leave me feedback. Thanks!Graphics: EduClipshttps://www.facebook.com/TeacherFeaturesFunhttp://teacherfeaturesfun.blogspot.com* If you are looking for more Back to School ideas like this, be sure to check these out:Good Manners postersWhole Body Listening posters
Give Me Five Poster (FREEBIE) TBOTE 3/15/16 PreK-5 FREE LESSON - “Give Me Five Poster (FREEBIE)” - Go to The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs for this and hundreds of free lessons. Pre-Kindergarten - 5th Grade #FreeLesson http://www.thebestofteacherentrepreneurs.net/2016/03/free-misc-lesson-give-me-five-poster.html
This would make a great procedure (Harry Wong). Count to five or hold up one finger at a time when the class needs to refocus. Discuss what occurs for each number at the beginning of the school year and eventually the reaction will be automatic.