Classroom behavior chart
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Student Goal Setting Checklist
This checklist makes setting and tracking goals simple for kids! Give each student a goal sheet weekly or monthly. Have students choose 3 goals from the picture sheet, then cut and paste their goals onto their goal sheet. At the end of the week or month have students check off whether they accomplished the goal or still need to work on it. Then they will choose new goals for the next month. You could have students tape their goal sheet to their desk or keep it in a folder.
Behavior Think Sheet-FREEBIE!
Hold your students to high expectations throughout the school year. This 'Think Sheet' gives your students a chance to think about their behavior that they needed to take a break from and come up with a new plan of action. It also focuses on how their behavior effects others in their class not just themselves.
Behavior Punch Cards Editable (Woodland Animals)
Use these fun punch cards to motivate your students. Each card has 20 circles that can be punched to be traded for a reward.There are 6 cards in a page, each with a different background and woodland animal. You can also personalize them with your own text.Print as many as you need.
Why I Will Never Use A Behavior Chart Again - PART 2 - The Linky
Teaching in Progress is written by veteran teacher and curriculum designer, Nikki Sabiston. She shares classroom management strategies, techniques, and ideas and creates teaching resources to enhance literacy, math, and behavior management in the elementary classroom.