Welcome To Tick Tock Training

Welcome To Tick Tock Training

Welcome To Tick Tock Training WE DONT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY! HOW WE TEACH AS THE DAY BEGINS Getting own children to class Showing up late

Calling in sick Not coming in at all Substitutes What will they do all day? What about challenging children? Greeting the parent Are they sick? Is there ANYTHING I need to know

Were they sick this weekend. Were they with someone else? Are they tired, fed, diaper changed? What is their mood today and why?

Say GOOD-BYE Its called GOOD bye for a reason. Routine Dont linger Dont put down the parent LOOK LISTEN SMELL

FEEL Raise Your hand if... You were afraid to go to a new school. If you went to someone's house and hated the food you were served. Had to go back to someplace that you didnt like every day. Had a pet die. Have someone that you really liked to work with quit. Had a parent that re-married while you were a child.

Any one afraid of something that other people make fun of? Had a lisp or other difference that others made fun of. Short / Tall Group Meeting Time Morning Therapy Eat your breakfast, drink your coffee. (No hot coffee in the classroom) Start with exercise or music or both. Fun, dancing, move around. Then, sit and take a moment to calm them. Babies sweep the forehead, calming touches and slower talking.

Older how are you feeling? Feeling dolls or pictures. Angry remember if you feel this way today to go to the ANGER BOX. SAD remember if you feel this way go to the stuffed animal box. Happy remember if you feel this way clap your hands. SPECIAL CONCERNS.. Witnessed Violence Sibling is mean to me

Loves Bathroom humor Afraid of large groups Touches himself at nap Has an imaginary Friend kids make fun of him. New Daddy, New Mommy, New Family Grandma died Going far away to my dads for thanksgiving for 2 weeks Mommy Cries A Lot

Early in the Morning This is how I get ready for school (x3) This is how I get ready for school so early in the morning.

Wash my face Brush my hair Eat my food Brush by teeth Change my clothes

Tie my shoes Drive to school Greet my teacher GOOD MORNING!! My Aunt Came Back My aunt came back from old Algiers And brought me back a pair of shears My aunt came back from Holland too

And brought me back a wooden shoe My aunt came back from old Japan And brought me back a paper fan My aunt came back from the county fair And brought me back a rocking chair My aunt came back from old Belgium And brought me back some bubblegum My aunt came back from the city zoo And brought me back some nuts like you

ITS TIME FOR LUNCH Its time for lunch LUNCH (2x) Its time to munch, crunch and eat a bunch Its time for lunch Weve got some Cheese, peas, broccoli, Greens, beans, tangerines Jerky, turkey - stop your worky Lemon Lo Mein and lima beans

Chicken fajita- wrapped in a pita Ravioli, Guacamole Homemade cupcake, milk shake, shake shake its time to take a break For lunch.. Its time for lunch LUNCH (2x) Its time to munch, crunch and eat a bunch Its time for lunch

Transition Tricks Timer let them know what happens if it isnt done by the time the timer goes off then follow through. Who is my superhero Button or sticker. Step one one finger in the air / Step two- two fingers in the air Thumbs up/heads down when they are done then go touch the thumbs and say a praise. Sing Transition songs are all over YouTube use them. Put your bottom on the rug.

We put on your walking shoes. I like the way that _______is ____________. Grab one child and sit them or stand them the way you want. I like the way that Sarah is standing, I like the way that Sarah is standing, I like the way that Sarah is standing can you stand like Sarah? I like the way that Dalton is standing, I like the way that Xavier is

standing, I like the way that Cindy is standing, can you stand like Cindy? Sitting down song. Come, come, come sit down Come, come, come sit down Come, come, come sit down It is time for ______ time. Circle time

Lunch time Nap time Wash Your hands Wash, wash, wash, your hands Scrub, bubble, scrub Wash the germs right down the drain Gurgle, gurgle, glub.

Where do your? Where do your feet go, feet go, feet go feet go on the floor Were do your legs go, legs go, legs go legs go applesauce Where do your hands go, hands go, hands go? hands go in your lap How do your lips go, lips go, lips go lips go sh sh shhhhhh https://nationaldaycalendar.com/ January 2 National Cream Puff Day

January 3 National Fruitcake Toss Day January 4 National Spaghetti Day January 5 National Whipped Cream Day January 6 National Bean Day January 7

National Bobblehead Day January 8 National Bubble Bath Day January 9 National Static Electricity Day January 10 National Save The Eagles Day January 11

National Step in the Puddle and Splash Yo ur Friends Day January 12 January 13 National Sticker Day National Rubber Ducky Day January 14 National Dress Up Your Pet Day January 15

National Hat Day January 16 National Fig Newton Day January 17 January 18 National Winnie The Pooh Day January 19 National Popcorn Day January 20

National Cheese Lovers Day January 21 Squirrel Appreciation Day January 22 National Blonde Brownie Day January 23 National Pie Day January 24

National Compliment Day January 25 National Opposite Day January 26 National Green Juice Day January 27 National Chocolate Cake Day January 28 National Kazoo Day

National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day January 29 National Puzzle Day January 30 National Croissant Day January 31 National Backward Day National Inspire Your Heart With Art Day

National Fruit Cake Toss Day! Mat Hatter Day Favorite Book Dr. Seaus Day 100 Days

The Weather Which books are these? During Play Time At The Easel Smock, paint, paper at all times. Water Play Teach them how to do it! The Magnetic Wall Magnetic gears, letters, put magnets on the back

of old puzzle pieces. The Felt Wall Glue pictures onto felt and cut them out. Old books. Follow THEIR lead let them decide what to build. Teacher Talk this is when the learning happens House play Peoples bodies belong to them. Horse play separate and change of center. Questions you can ask Create a problem.

Where does it go? What can we do? Do you have an idea? What makes that sound? Who is missing? Can a paper bag fly? Make an invention Lets figure it out

Sand and Water Play 14 T joints 4 elbow joints with three pipe openings (for the top four corners) 8 elbow joints (for the funnel area across the top) 4 caps 2 cross joints

4 10 foot PVC pipes PVC pipe cutters Spray paint PVC glue Two under-the-bed tubs ART = THE KIDS NOT YOU!

SET UP THE SPACE THE KIDS DO THE REST. Clay Wood Math

Dramatic Play Lets make a list!00 Outdoor Play Outdoor obstacle course Clothes pin tag each child gets 4 clothes pins on their backs. Run and take clothes pins off the shirts. When all your pins are gone you are out. 4 Corners

Parents Only contact is when there is a problem. Invites or demands involvement in childs school work. Preserve dignity. Calm - with Angry Parent Initiation: FIRST CONTACT ALWAYS GOES

WELL. As soon as they have enrolled. Introductory phone call Letter to the home introducing yourself to the parents Discussion What DO you expect from your parents?

Letter establishing expectations. What SHOULD they expect from you? Surprise a Parent Positive Phone Call Introduce yourself

Tell the parents what their child is studying Invite the parents to an open house and/or other school functions Comment on their child's progress Inform them of their child's achievements (e.g., "Student of the Week") Inform them of their child's strengths or share an anecdote Research shows that school-home communication is greatly increased through personalized positive telephone contact between teachers and parents.

Positive Interaction Conversation Starters Smiley faces on worksheets Exceptional work board up front. Stickers and stamps on childrens hands. Photos of child sitting in teachers lap or being cuddled. He said or did the cutest thing today. He couldnt stop talking about.. tell me more

Problem? Dont wait too long. 2 weeks The Blame Game = parents dont care! Must be face to face emails sound harsh in an angry parents head. Ask for help- psychologist trick. STAY IN THE SOLUTION ACTION PLAN WORKSHEET

CHILDS NAME 3 DATES OF OBSERVATIONAL NOTES BY DIFFERENT STAFF 2 STRATEGIES THAT YOU HAVE TRIED OUTCOME 2 STRATEGIES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY IN THE CLASSROOM. 2 STRATEGIES THAT YOU WOULD LIKE THEM TO TRY AT HOME. HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT EACH OTHER? If and when problem could lead to expulsion. Dont just let it go.

State Know how many you have. Teacher cabinets. No food with supplies. Fridge. Out of date, no date or name. Teacher supplies and personal items down low. Too busy on tablets to watch children. Playground supervision. Pick ups how does the teacher know that person has been approved?

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