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Free Editable Routine, Behavior & Chore Charts for Kids | Wendaful Planning

Getting your kids to follow routines and do their chores is always hard. I've posted before about getting kids to do their chores, here and here, but nothing ever really sticks. Summer just started and my kids have no clue what to do with all of their free time. We’ve been struggling to fill our days and I didn’t like them watching tv or playing on their iPads all day. I knew something had to change. So I set out on a mission to create routine and behavior charts so they know what to expect…

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Green and red choice behavior management techniques (posters, songs, individual choice boards, class books, and children's books to support) perfect for preschool, pre-k, and kindergaten

PinterestFacebookEmailTwitterTeaching students to make good choices is HARD! Students need to learn how to make good choices just like they need to learn their letters and numbers. Social development directly affects ALL other areas of learning. One of my main goals for students is to be happy, confident learners who can solve problems and work...Read More

Download this kids’ behavior star chart to make your life a little easier when it comes to morning routines, bedtime and all the moments in between. Directions: Simply print the file and slip it into a clear plastic sheet protector. Then reward your toddler’s good behavior throughout their daily routine by drawing star

Daily chores have never been so exciting. Motivate your toddler to keep with their daily routine with Delta’s behavior chart. Download now!

DIY behavior chart - How to Get Kids to Listen Using a system called The Penny Method - Here's how it works: Each day kids get 5 pennies. They must listen and have good behavior in order to keep their pennies to "buy" electronics time at the end of the day or to buy special treats. If they misbehave, they lose a penny. To earn back that penny (or get ungrounded) they must do a chore from the #COITchecklist. Great for getting kids to listen and limiting their screen time! Thrift Diving #AD

How do you get kids to listen and get ungrounded? Try making a magnetic behavior chart that I called The Penny Method. Materials needed: magnetic board, pennies, hot glue, alphabet stickers. Learn how to make this chart to get kids to listen. Get the full tutorial on this easy DIY behavior chart for kids!

Star Behavior Charts re-born! - The Sunny Side Up Blog

They’re back! My star behavior charts. The same star behavior charts I made for my girls in 2009 when they were 3 & 5 years old. The same star behavior charts that I pull out every summer when we need a little extra something to keep us on track. These babies never disappoint! My...

Defusing Refusing: Reaching and Teaching Students Who Display Resistant, Defiant, and Confrontational Behavior (Part 3 of 3)

By Tom McIntyre, Ph.D., author of The Survival Guide for Kids with Behavior Challenges Thank you for joining me for the third and final segment of our blog post series. In part one, I talked about …

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If you are looking for a way to help your students take ownership of their behaviors, try setting behavior goals! This set of 9 classroom rules posters with "I can" statements will help foster a positive learning environment for your classroom. A Back to School bulletin board display is a must in order to visually remind your students of what behaviors you expect to see in your classroom. Add this poster set to your behavior management system.
⠀ Busy board includes elements designed for different ages of child development. ⠀ Some elements will be easy for one-year-olds while others aredesigned for children ages two and up. ⠀ Thus, the toy “grows” with your child, since he/she always discovers something new!🤩 ⠀ Instead of having many toys scattered around your child’s play area that they have lost interest in, you have one toy that constantly triggers their imagination and aids in their development!👍🏻