If you want your classroom to run like a well-oiled machine, you’ve got to get your hands on this free classroom routines and procedures checklist.
Every good teacher wants a solid classroom management plan, but it can be overwhelming knowing where to start.
This classroom routines and procedures checklist for lower and upper elementary takes away that burden.
It includes examples of routines and procedures that should ideally be addressed the first week of school.
This checklist helps you stay organized and reduces your stress level.
What Is the Importance of Classroom Routines and Procedures?
Classroom routines and procedures help students accomplish daily activities with minimal disruption.
They create smoother transitions between tasks resulting in fewer classroom management issues.
Classroom Routines and Procedures Checklist
Grade Levels: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Subjects: Classroom Management, Back-to-School
Resource Type: Printable, Classroom Form
Pages: 2 pages
Answer Key: N/A
Classroom Routines and Procedures Checklist Description
It can be overwhelming to think about all the routines and procedures you need to teach the first week of school, especially as a new teacher.
To help you manage these important tasks, grab this free classroom routines and procedures checklist.
This essential checklist includes tasks that a first year educator or more experienced teacher should focus on during back-to-school time.
- General routines and procedures
- Morning routines
- Afternoon routines
- A “Notes” section to jot down additional ideas
You’ll be one step closer to creating a solid classroom management foundation.
This checklist also includes a page of helpful links to the following free resources:
- Back-to-school scavenger hunt
- First day of school activity ideas
- Whole class rewards
- Ticket reward system
- Author’s chair guidelines (component of Writer’s Workshop)
- Secrets to working smarter, not harder as a teacher
- Best brain breaks for elementary students
Ideas for using classroom routines and procedures checklist…
- Use alongside your first-week-of-school lesson plans, checking off discussed items.
- Keep a copy in your lesson plan book, and refer to it throughout the school year to assess how well your classroom management routines are working.
*Contact us if you have questions or comments about this free checklist.