Tips4Subs, Classroom Management

How to Get Students to Mind Their Own Business

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As a general rule, children tend to be busy bodies. They worry themselves with what their classmates are (or are not) doing, they pick on each other, they tattletale nonstop, and sometimes they even have wandering eyes when taking a test. These behaviors can cripple the productivity of your classroom, and not to mention – really get on your nerves! So what can you do to help your students focus on themselves instead of their peers? 

WeAreTeachers.com recently set out to answer this question and compiled: 12 Clever Teacher Sayings to Help Kids Mind Their Own Business. These playful one-liners are sure to amuse your students while refocusing them toward what's really important. Check out the article for a few clever sayings to add to your teacher toolbox!

After all, "It's better to have your nose in a book than in someone else's business!"