“Give Me 5” is a classroom management method that works best with kinder through 5th grade. This method was developed by Harry K. Wong and is outlined his book The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher, 4th Edition. Simply, the teacher says, “Give Me Five,” and the students respond by doing these five steps:
- Eyes on speaker
- Be still
- Hands free
If you don’t have “The First Days of School” book & you are a teacher–GET IT!
This is a PDF template to print out (on card stock or photo paper) & for YOU to add your own backing to-make it your own! I cut mine out, glued it to black paper, then onto blue posterboard. Next I will laminate it. **Backgrounds NOT INCLUDED (you print the templates, MOUNT ON COLORED PAPER or poster board, and laminate them).
I changed it so My list says:
- Eyes on Me
- Ears Listening
- Mouth Quiet
- Hands in Lap
- Body Still
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