Sunday, August 26, 2012

New Classroom Behavior Chart

This is a behavior chart I used in my class last year. The kids loved it and worked
hard to be role models. I made this new, more colorful version today and put it in my stores.
Print the 3 sheets of the chart. Flip them over and tape them together along the edges to make the chart. Laminate it for years of use. Laminate the chart pieces for your students. Then cut them apart. I use a ball of blue sticky wall putty on the back of each piece to stick them to the chart.
At the beginning of each day, all students’ pieces start on the green “Ready to Learn” section. When you catch students making good choices (good behavior, helping others, etc.), tell them to move up a section. For behavior issues or children making poor choices, they move down a section at a time. Have predetermined consequences for the bottom 2 sections and discuss how the chart works with your class before you start to use it. It works!!!

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