Classroom Rules and Expectations Using Classroom Agreements Posters: Bulletin Board Posters
Classroom Agreements Posters: Classroom agreements are just like rules, but are agreed upon using the pronoun “WE”.
These agreements can be used in any level (though are most appropriate in the elementary grades) and would pair perfectly with the book Chairs on Strike by Jennifer Jones.
Set up these classroom agreements on a bulletin board or classroom display to remind students about respecting themselves, others, and the classroom community.
This classroom agreements posters product includes the following:
- bulletin board letters that read, “IN THIS CLASSROOM”
- 12 full-color posters
- all 12 full-color posters in smaller card-sized versions
- 12 black-and-white posters
- all 12 posters in b&w card-sized versions
- instructions and a link for sharing these posters in Google Slides
Every poster can be seen on the cover image for this product.
NOTE: THIS FILE INCLUDES A DIGITAL OPTION IN GOOGLE SLIDES!
This file contains 64 pages + Google Slides.
Teresa L C –
I love the thought of agreements instead of rules! That is a great concept that helps students buy-in to what their expectations should be in the classroom. Thank you so much for this great product. Printed and ready to go for my classroom’s first day and whole school year.
Jody B –
Jen B –
This was such a great bulletin board idea! Perfect for the start of school!
Joy R –
A great way for students to see expectations rather than a list of don’ts.
Angela T –
Great resource for distance learning and in class learning!
Deirdre Cooke –
I love the colors and flag design! The kids find the rules easy to follow and engaging.
Jaime W –
good visual reminder
Michelle L –
Would recommend purchasing.
Lydia M –
This were perfect for my classroom, and my students really connected with them!
Jennifer S –
This makes a great bulletin board!
Cindy W –
So easy to assemble and make the room look bright!
Lauren P –
This is the perfect resource for my classroom. The expectations are simple and easy for students to understand. The theme is universal and cute! Thank you!
keesha B –
Very clear expectations and added a nice pop of color to my room.
Susan E –
Helpful for me in starting out my year.
Michelle W –
This was a great addition to our SEL Lesson and we used it as a bulletin board! So cute thank you!!!
Thank you! 🙂
Katie K –
This is a great daily reminder visual for how to be a good friends and what good friends are! Thank you!
Cynthia Snodgrass –
This resourece is perfect for a classroom that is holding students responsible for their actions versus breaking the rules. I am excited for the difference it will make along with having a responsive classroom this coming year.
Jackie H –
Very cute and goes with my classroom decor perfectly.
Toni B –
Great resource. Thank you!
Teddy I Love –
I love how this turned out. I am currently using it with students in summer school and will use it during the year with my fifth graders. Thank you.
Click and Teach –
This is exactly what I have been looking for to replace my generic classroom rules. I love the clipart too!
Debra K –
This is just what I wanted for my classroom. The expectations are straight forward and clear. I like the banner. I plan to hang the banner first and then add the signs as we discuss them. Thank you!
Judy P –
Very simple and to the point class expectations. Sets high and realistic expectations for students to follow.
Ariane O –
lisa B –
I used this resource as a part of my “Welcome Back” hallway bulletin board. As we enact different expectations on the board, I will show the students how it applies to them.
Valerie J –
very colorful and easy to use.
Sarah D –
This is so cute! I love how it looks and the classroom and the students are very interested in it as well.
Erika R –
This resource will make my classroom look more inviting. Thank you!
Ismael A –
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Jenny R –
Perfect for my bulletin board! Thanks so much!
Joann J –
This is great positive approach to “rules”. They all start with We, or we are. There is great buy in with this approach. Thank you!
Megan S –
Extremely easy to print & put up!
Amanda Chase –
I just love these posters! Wonderful rules and appealing posters for displaying. Thank you!
Kaitlyn Cassady –
This resource is so helpful for my students. Thanks so much!
Madeline Lai –
Great to use as classroom decor
Sherry M –
Great addition to my classroom bulletin boards.
Cindy C –
Fun and colourful!
Misty G –
This is so bright and fun! Perfect for my classroom!
Ashley D –
ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS! Thank you!!!!!
Debbie S –
I loved this colorful and positive way to post the rules. Starting all the rules with “We…” makes the rules so much easier to enforce in positive ways.
Katy Schmidt –
This was a cute way to set classroom expecations in the beginning of the year.