How To Manage Your Classroom Dismissal Seamlessly Every Day

I don't know about you, but I thrive on routine just as much as my students do. Having a predictable classroom schedule and procedure for the things that happen every day just takes so much of the work out of these things. When your students know what is expected of them throughout the day, they can manage without a million questions.

My advice... decide how you want things done and POST IT!!

Are you a classroom teacher who dreads the end of the school day? Take the hassle out of it by making your routine explicitly clear! I have tips and tricks and this EDITABLE Dismissal Chart to share with you! If you teach young children you need to check this post out!!

Classroom dismissal doesn't have to be hectic!! Grab these editable Dismissal Routines Posters, customize them for your classroom, and say goodbye to end-of-the-day headaches!

There are SO many things that happen throughout the school day that are made easier with structure and routine! Some of the events that I try to make hassle-free include:

I'm sure there are others that could be added to this list, but these are some of the most important. Not only will it make life easier for you and your students, but your substitute teachers will thank you!

If you have a great tip for teachers that you'd like to share simply grab the Teacher Tips Tuesday logo from this post, insert it into your blog post with a link back here, add your URL below, then share, share, share!


  1. Classroom dismissal time can be a little crazy, sometimes I have to put on music just to justify the craziness :)
    Love the idea of hanging the procedures and agree with your list of activities that require procedures. The worst thing to happen in Grade 1 - when we need to change procedures!!!

    1. I completely agree! When our routine changes for whatever reason some of my kids go completely off the rails!



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