Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Pumped up about PBIS! **FREE POSTERS**

Happy Wednesday!

So I was planning on telling ten facts about me and show off my classroom this week, but things are not ready yet. When my classroom doesn't look like it has gotten hit by Sharknado, I will show it off. Hopefully I will be done next week. **Fingers Crossed** School doesn't start till Sept. 3rd, but the Future Mister is a Best Man in a wedding not in our town the weekend before school starts, so I need to have everything ready before that!

Yesterday, as I was looking at all the beautiful classrooms and being super jealous of all the storage and organized wonderfulness of the classrooms, I came across Ginger's Blog. She posted a picture of these super awesome PBIS Posters:

Aren't they beautiful. Well, those are not the rules my school has for PBIS, so I needed to make my own. Here was what I came up with:

I love them and can't wait to hang them up in my classroom. I have made these free, so if you have the same PBIS rules or just want these reminders for your kids. Click the picture to download!

Enjoy the day!


  1. I love these posters and anything chalk themed these days. Thanks for sharing. Yay! I'm your newest follower on blog lovin. =)

    Just Wild About Teaching

  2. Hey Meg! I found your blog from the Fifth in the Middle linky. I am a MN blogger too. I teach 2nd grade in Frazee (near Detroit Lakes) and I am your newest blog follower! I look forward to reading more posts on your blog and possibly networking with you in the future! If you have a chance, I would love for you to stop by my blog and check it out! I have a huge giveaway going on right now that I think your students would benefit from!!!
    Mrs. Olson’s Lucky Little Learners

  3. Hi Meg, those posters are so cute! I just found your blog and want to be your newest follower but google is not opening for members. :o( I will try again later. Glad I found you!
    Teaching and Much Moore

  4. Can you please, please add one that says "be safe". That's one addition for our school. We have responsible, respectful, and safe.

  5. I also was going to ask about one being made that says be safe. Our school also has the be responsible, respectful and safe rules. It matches the decor of my classroom perfectly (the background).