Teach class rules and expectations easily with these super simple posters and handouts for the classroom. Looking for some fun and simple posters to use?
Behavioral expectations of your learners should be clear and easy for them to se. These can be These can be edited in Canva to add your own expectations easily!
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Top 10 Classroom Rules
It is important to establish classroom rules and procedures to ensure that the learning environment is conducive for all students.
A few classroom rules are:
-No talking when the teacher is talking
-No food or drinks in class
-Be kind and respectful
-Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself
It is very important to teach children the classroom rules from an early age.
This is why these posters work so well for preschool kids.
They are simple and cover the most important classroom behavioral expectations.
They need to know how to behave in a social environment and what is expected of them.
See some fantastic social skills printable posters to encourage kids to live by their values.
Classroom expectations PDF
The first step would be to make sure that the child understands what it means to follow the rules.
This printable classroom expectations chart is perfect for back to school season when you’re getting things ready for the classroom.
If you want to have a neutral design, you can delete the background on these posters and just have the white background so that you can cut them out and hang them onto the wall.
Classroom safety rules, I like this poster because it is just one page and includes all the safety rules.
You can edit the name with the FREE Canva account (and link to the full template below).
More behavioral expectations and social skills printables for kids:
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- Teaching Social Emotional Skills to Preschool: 10 Super Easy Books on Kindness
It is important for them not just to understand, but also believe in them.
The next step would be teaching them what they can do if they are feeling uncomfortable or unsafe, which will help them feel empowered and confident enough to speak up when they need help.
Rules and expectations in the classroom
The first step to teaching kids the classroom rules is to make sure they know what the rules are.
This is a really important step, because if they don’t know what the rules are, then they can’t follow them.
That’s why including posters like these in your classroom will help kids remember the rules to follow.
Once you have taught your kids what the classroom rules are, you need to teach them how to follow them.
It’s important that you do this in a positive way so that it doesn’t seem like you’re punishing your child for not following these rules.
You want your child to feel good about following these rules and that they’re doing something right when they follow them.
Check out this template (shared below) on how you can also edit your own posters.
You can easily click on the little boxes that say ‘add text’ and add your own classroom expectations.
Class rules and expectations
Don’t forget, you can also laminate these to use them year on year.
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I sometimes like to keep them sized as A2 because they’re nice and big and great for display.