22 min

Hear How Teachers Are Using Classroom Management Games Teach Create Motivate Podcast: Motivational Tips & Tricks for Teachers

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Games are one of my favorite ways to manage classroom behaviors and expectations. They are an easy way to keep things fun and engaging for you and your students! I love creating behavior management games so that you have low-prep ideas for your classroom. 
 
Today I’m joined by two classroom teachers, Lydia and Amy. Lydia is a third grade teacher and Amy teachers both second and third grade. They both use some of my classroom management games daily with their students and are on the podcast to share their experiences with you!
 
In this episode we discuss:
-Which classroom management games are their favorite
-How they use the games in both in-person and virtual teaching
-What kind of prep it takes to set up and manage
-How the games have made an impact on classroom management, student behavior, accountability, and engagement
-Using the games in whole group and independently
 
Resources mentioned:
-Join the waitlist for Classroom Management Academy at teachcreatemotivate.com/coursewaitlist!
-Classroom Management Games Bundle
-Classroom Management Bingo
-Classroom Management Unscramble
-Classroom Management Tic-Tac-Toe
-Read my blog post on classroom management games
 
For more resources and show notes, head to teachcreatemotivate.com/17. Follow me on Instagram @teachcreatemotivate. 

Games are one of my favorite ways to manage classroom behaviors and expectations. They are an easy way to keep things fun and engaging for you and your students! I love creating behavior management games so that you have low-prep ideas for your classroom. 
 
Today I’m joined by two classroom teachers, Lydia and Amy. Lydia is a third grade teacher and Amy teachers both second and third grade. They both use some of my classroom management games daily with their students and are on the podcast to share their experiences with you!
 
In this episode we discuss:
-Which classroom management games are their favorite
-How they use the games in both in-person and virtual teaching
-What kind of prep it takes to set up and manage
-How the games have made an impact on classroom management, student behavior, accountability, and engagement
-Using the games in whole group and independently
 
Resources mentioned:
-Join the waitlist for Classroom Management Academy at teachcreatemotivate.com/coursewaitlist!
-Classroom Management Games Bundle
-Classroom Management Bingo
-Classroom Management Unscramble
-Classroom Management Tic-Tac-Toe
-Read my blog post on classroom management games
 
For more resources and show notes, head to teachcreatemotivate.com/17. Follow me on Instagram @teachcreatemotivate. 

22 min