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Displaying Rules  

Displaying Rules

bulletMy idea is a unique way to display your rules in your classroom rather than just writing them on a piece of poster board.  First, draw a puzzle.  You should have one more puzzle piece than the number of rules you have.  For example, if you have five rules then draw your puzzle with six pieces. (One piece needs to be directly in the middle of the puzzle.)  After drawing the puzzle, run it off on transparency film (paper).  Use an overhead projector to make it the size suitable for the area that you post your rules.  It is really cute to do each puzzle piece a different color.  Write a class rule in each puzzle piece.  Save the center piece for writing "Good Behavior Completes the Puzzle."  For durability, you can laminate it to use year after year! 

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