Behavioral problems of students are now challenging issue for all ranked school teachers in the classroom worldwide. Nature of the behavioral problems of students varies country to country, culture to culture, gender to gender and even grade to grade level. This research study explores the coping strategies that experienced elementary teachers used to deal with behavioral problems of the students in the classrooms. Research study being qualitative in nature specifically conducted through transcendental phenomenological methodology. Data was collected through semi-structured interviews from purposefully selected 10 experienced elementary teachers within the one district of province Punjab Pakistan and analyzed using qualitative method. It was recommended based on the finding of the study that traditional and conventional coping strategies to deal behavioral problems of students would be substituted with preventive and supportive coping strategies as these are much desired and effective toward securing students’ learning and teachers’ instructional time in the classroom.