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Behavior and Motor Skills: Early Elementary

Early elementary strategies to address behavior, fine motor skills, and bullying by young girls.

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Overview

Getting younger children to channel their energies, develop their motor skills, and behave appropriately can be challenging. You will discover strategies for improving fine motor skills and addressing behavior issues, as well as how to address bullying by young girls.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Classroom Management

Contents

  • Behavior and Motor Skills: Early Elementary
30 Behavior Strategies for the K-5 Special Ed Classroom
Are your behavior strategies not working, or are you tired of using the same reinforcement tactics over and over?more...
30 Tips and Tricks to Help Students with Fine Motor Skills
Are your students having trouble with fine motor tasks?more...
Little Girls Can Be Mean: Strategies for Addressing Bullying by Young Girls
While the physical altercations and bullying by boys is sometimes more visible, mean behavior on the part of girls and their emotional bullying can be just as damaging.more...

Reviews (16)

Full Member
 
Very good seminar on behaviors from both boys and girls. Loved her thought progression dealing with girls and not just jumping to conclusions. Thought the acts of kindness with the jar and marbles was a good way for the class to see how they're doing in this area.
 
Very helpful tips for dealing with bullying. Thank you
Full Member
 
Great resources provided!
 
I enjoyed the refreshers on behavior strategies.
 
very good information.
Basic Member
 
So important to teach our girls to show strength in the right way.
Basic Member
 
Thank you. Excellent resources.
Basic Member
 
Excellent fine motor ideas and looking forward to finding the different websites that you mentioned. Thank you so much.
Full Member
 
Great information on the fine motor skills and great online interventions. However, I am not sure if I agree with the strategies for dealing with mean girls. I personally have used after school "girl" clubs where students are aloud to vent their thoughts and we did team bonding activities to help them bond.
Basic Member
+1
 
great info
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