Kindergarten Class Rules

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  • #60539

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    On the first day of kindergarten, I talk with the children about rules. I ask them to think of good rules.

    We write down all of the rules they come up with. Sometimes I have to hold back my chuckles, they can come up with really good, really funny rules.

    This year the class was very specific, suggesting rules like, “no kickboxing,” and, “no taekwondo.”

    I then read the rules aloud and we sort them into 2 groups: rules about keeping your hands & feet to yourself & rules to do with what one does at school (raise hand to speak etc.)

    We condense all of the rules into 2 – Be kind & Do what you need to do. I write these 2 rules on poster paper, we all raise our right hands and promise to follow these rules, and everyone signs the paper.

    I then post it in a prominent spot and refer to it often. We’re 6 weeks into the year and haven’t had any problems.

    Lindsay Jacobson

  • #60540

    K-3 Member

    We have just been inserviced on the discipline strategies of 123 MAGIC. Having this as a whole school discipline policy all our rules are written out and placed on a traffic light then each child has a peg with their name on it. When discipline is required we count them and move their peg to the first light or 1 when they do not do the right thing the peg is shifted all the way up to the red light and it is ‘time out’ for 5 minutes. This is for difficult classes because positive is always best.


  • #60541

    K-3 Member

    Is there a system out there that works for Kinder where you don’t have to post the names on anything? To try and keep the consequences between you and the student and not be put on public display?


  • #60542

    K-3 Member

    how can i teach students in kindergarten about the responsibility


  • #60543

    K-3 Member

    Hello my name is Shanesse one day i wish to become a kindergarten teacher. The internet will give me no sraight answer i wish to ask someone… like you. I have 3 questions 1. What is the easiest way to deal with problem children 2. as i have Turrets will being a kindergarten teacher would that be a problem. 3. How do you praise children with their goodness…. thanks for your time oh and by the way im 15 so please explain in a way i an understand. Thank-you for taking your time reading this not many people have alot of time with some like me havin turrets and all if you would like to reply to this ( which i hope you do) please reply to thank-you so very much. Im sorry if you find my letter boring From Shanesse and Taminmin High( i attend a normal school)


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