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3 B's Classroom Rules
Old 11-21-2017, 07:28 PM
 
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Hello!
If you use the 3 B's in your classroom, what are your classroom expectations for each?
I need to reteach mine after Thanksgiving break and want to see if I can add or reword something.
Here are mine:

Be Safe- Use walking feet; Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself; Stay in your space, Push in your chair; Keep your chair on all 4 legs and sit up straight

Be Respectful- Follow directions the first time given; Use appropriate language; Respect everyone's right to learn; Use kind words to resolve conflicts

Be Responsible- Be prepared to learn everyday; Stay on task; Keep your area clean; Take care of school and private property; Follow classroom procedures and routines


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Old 11-21-2017, 07:33 PM
 
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I donít know if this is what youíre looking for, but mine are:

I am respectful to everyone and at all times.

I am responsible for my words and my actions.

I am safe everywhere, at all times.
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I like it. I can see us reciting something like that every morning.
Thank you!
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Tattling
Old 11-22-2017, 05:51 AM
 
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I thought you were talking about the rules for tattling.

Bleeding, Barfing, Broken, Burning, Bullying....unless it's one of those, I don't want to hear about it. (Not really...but it does cut down on the tattling a lot when they have some guidelines)
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Old 11-22-2017, 06:09 AM
 
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One thing I do in our morning meeting is have the kids tell me how they would show each rule in a certain situation. For example, if we have a guest presenter, how will you show respect? How will you show responsibility? How will you show safe behaviour. Or if we are going to an assembly? First snow...that kind of thing.

I like doing that because I think it reinforces that we show respect and responsibility and kindness to others in many ways and it is an active thing.


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Different 3 Bs
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Lol, my 3 Bs of teaching were different. I hated tattling, so in my class I would ask: "is there Barf, Blood, or is anything Broken?" If not, it was a tattle, and the kids needed to work it out.
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Old 11-22-2017, 01:28 PM
 
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When I taught pre-k I had a poster with a picture of bumble bees and my rules were:
Be Safe
Be Kind
Be Neat
Since it was pre-k, they didn't have a deep understanding of words like respectful and responsible. They did know how to make a mess though . I told them that listening and following directions were a part of being kind and safe (and neat too, now that I think about it), so I had that covered as well.

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