This clip chart packet has many useful tools for teachers! Enclosed you will find a variety of tools to keep students engaged, and responsible in and for their behavior in the classroom. This packet comes with an editable letter to send home to parents where students can explain their behavior plan
This is a daily behavior chart and parent communication form that I have used in my classroom for the past three years. I absolutely love it! It allows students to move up as well as down on a behavior chart. The daily teacher / parent communication form allows parents to stay updated on their child
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A Best Seller! We all have a student that seems to set the temperature for the rest of the class. That student who doesn’t respond to your Tier 1 classroom behavior plan. I have created charts for such a student that might need to work on specific behavior goals.
Weekly Behavior Chart- Parent Communication Log
Daily boxes for teacher to write notes in or put a stamp/sticker on. You can also have your students color in the box if you use a color system. At the bottom is a weekly report for the teacher to fill out.
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Two Charts on One Page
1. Enters class Quietly and On Time, Sits/Stays in seat
2. Speaks Respectfully to all staff and students
3. Keeps Hands to Self (Respects Boundaries)
This is a daily behavior chart for an individual student. I created this chart and several other ver
This is a daily behavior chart that I use for certain students that need that instant feedback. It also helps keep communication open with the parents.
It's designed for middle school students that go to different teachers throughout the day. It's designed to provide the students and parents with f
Help your students succeed by recognizing their positive behavior. Easy to implement - just print and go! Five new daily behavior tracking sheets to use in your classroom! Includes charts with faces, spaces to write goals, positive/negative charts, and 3 point rating scale (faces) chart.
Managing the papers that go from school to home can be challenging. In this short video, I share the system I used for Take Home Folders. I'll walk you through how to find the perfect folder and how to get it set up and labeled before school starts. We'll talk about what else goes inside the folder
Looking for a PRE-MADE Editable behavior chart for your little ones to easily manage their behavior goals? I have just what YOU NEED. I included an editable behavior contract, data collecting graph to chart progress and a FREE poster about Big Problems & Little Problems.
This chart was created for students who may need a daily behavior check-in at the end of the day. I have used this chart when behavior needed to be tracked and communicated to parents daily. I would meet with the student at the end of the day and we would discuss how we did that the day and circle t
This is a great behavior chart that breaks down the day by subject. It focuses on 2 wanted behaviors using a point system. The student earns 1 point if they accomplished the wanted behavior and a 0 if they did not accomplish the goal. I also included a page for anecdotal records. This behavior ch
This daily behavior chart can be used with any grade level K-5. It allows you to fill in your own times. Lots of room to make comments for you and for the parent. Enjoy!
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This chart is simple for young students to fill out daily and take home to their families. With simple smiley faces to color in with their "color" of the day (description in top right corner of chart) and an initials spot for parents, everyone is always on the same page when it comes to daily behavi
This easy to use chart features basic behaviors/expectations for the classroom. The smiley/frowning face format provides students with a quick visual way to assess their behavior. Parents always appreciate the feedback that this chart provides.
This daily behavior chart can be used to help students self-monitor their own behavior throughout the day. Dividing up a long day into manageable chunks can also make it easier to track when exactly behavior is becoming an issue. This chart can also be sent home to families to keep them informed.
Send home a weekly behavior chart with your students that will lead to great communication between parents and teachers. This chart works based on the "color" or "card" behavior system and uses 5 colors: blue, green, yellow, orange, and red. If you are interested in a "tweaked" version on this char
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As teachers, we are all so busy and sometimes making parent phone calls and sending parent emails is the last thing we feel like doing at the end of the long school day!
Using this weekly behavior sheet is a great way to increase parent comm
This is a great behavior chart that breaks down the day by subject. The student earns check mark if they accomplished the wanted behavior. I also included an area for anecdotal records. I loved this behavior chart because it was easy to manage and if you save it electronically then you can email i
Students, parents, and teachers can track daily student progress on this behavior chart. Students can color in a smiley face at the end of the day depending on what type of day they had (red, yellow, green, etc.). There is a space for a teacher and parent signature to ensure student accountability.
This daily behavior chart has been a "go to" resource of mine for 6 years. It is in a simple text with our schools Step-Up/Step-Down color system. There is a chart that identifies the concerns that occurred for that day and a section for parents to initial that they have seen the behavior that was s
I downloaded a behavior management chart from another seller on TPT. Then created this daily communication log based on the chart. this helped me communicate with parents how the students' day went in a more detailed form.
This is a word file that you can change to fit your class' daily schedule. It works very well, and is a positive and visual reminder for struggling students, that they can set and achieve behavior goals. The Spanish version will be available very soon.
Choose a daily behavior chart to use with your challenging students to help change their school behavior for the better! Send home for parent communication, have younger students color faces, or have older students self-reflect on positives and negatives each period.
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This a daily behavior chart for each student to fill out and take home at the end of each day to show their parents. This is a great behavior management tool that makes students responsible for their own actions.
This is the monthly behavior chart for October 2012 that goes home with the child every single day. This tells the parent if the child was on green light, yellow light, red light or the horrible pink slip. I simply highlight the child's stoplight color for the day. If the child gets a yellow ligh
Use this behavior report to communicate daily with parents regarding student behavior.
It has been very successful in my classroom and parents LOVE this daily check-in!
I use a 4,3,2,1 rubric scale. Students come in each day at a level 3 (green card). Everyone gets a "reset" opportunity after lu
This is a behavior chart for a student that I need to communicate daily with parents.
At the bottom it lists appropriate and inappropriate behaviors. In the bubbles beside the time of day I put in either letters or #'s with corresponding behaviors. More letters= frown in the bold circle more number
This daily behavior chart is perfect for keeping documentation of positive and negative behaviors. As students make good choices, teacher can reward student with a sticker or smiley face. The teacher can decide how many smiley faces/stickers it will take before the student receives an incentive. Thi
This is a collection of 6 daily behavior charts designed to provide visual feedback for the student, as well as an easy way for school staff to communicate a student's daily behavior with parents. You can individualize each student's chart to reflect their greatest area(s) of need and specific clas
This daily behavior chart allows the teacher to choose two goals for the student to work on. As the student makes good choices, the student can earn a sticker or smiley face. The teacher can decide on additional incentives. This will also account for parent communication if you send it home daily fo
This chart is designed for individual students to track their good behavior choices each day as well as four daily goals.
Either the student or teacher can color in a block when the student makes a good choice. There are rewards for every 5th and 10th block colored in. There are four daily goal sta
This is a daily behavior chart for those students that need to focus on their behavior in mini chunks of the day. Rewards can be given for each chunk or for total number of tasks performed accurately. This is a great way to show progress for parents or for support team referrals.
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I had a student this year who had a difficult time beginning and completing his or her classwork. Often times this student would refuse to do the work or begin the assignment with the rest of the class. This sheet helped keep track of this behavior in the areas that he or she needed it most. It w
This visual communication sheet helps to meet the needs of your individual behavior plans. It provides a clear report that both parents and young children can understand. You set up a goal based on student's needs and then report if goal is met each day. This form is very flexible.
This is an editable behavior chart to be used daily with your student. Keep track of every segment of the day, each subject, and track behavior progress with simple smiley face options. There is room for teacher comments, as well as a parent signature line at the bottom.
This is the monthly behavior chart for November 2012 that goes home with the child every single day. This tells the parent if the child was on green light, yellow light, red light or the horrible pink slip. I simply highlight the child's stoplight color for the day. If the child gets a yellow light
Use this easy chart to track student behavior and communicate daily with parents. Helps keep students accountable and provides a visual for them. This is broken down by sections of the day and is editable. I use this specific chart for 3 students in my full-day Kindergarten classroom.
This behavior chart is designed for elementary students and special ed students. I usually fill form out and student gets to take it home at end of the day to show to his/her parents. If the student did not do too good during the day, I request a parent signature on chart (chart is to be brought bac
Some students need personalized behavior plans. This template allows you to have students self monitor their behavior on post its daily. Use this document to print on the post its. At the end of the day collect the post it and fill out the template underneath. At the end of the week send home for pa
This is a printable template I have created to notify parents, and keep a monthly data log, of their child's daily behavior in the classroom.
My students love to color in the month and theme. The size is perfect to fit in their student boxes. It is 5" x 4" and you can reuse these year after year.
Some little ones need extra incentive to make good choices each day. This editable daily behavior schedule can be used as a sticker chart which also becomes daily communication with parents. I've used this for years & it usually does the trick. Hope it helps!
In each students nightly folder, I like to send a brief note each day. Sometimes I send longer, meaningful notes but sometimes it is nice to check in each night with parents with this simple chart. I simply write the date and check whether the student had a great day or whether I would like for the
This form of communication can be stapled or attached to a homework folder so parents are able to view their child's daily behavior. Corresponding points are assigned to each category on the chart for a weekly prize up to the teacher's discretion.
This was a log that was kept for a Quick Daily check in on student's behavior. It was perfect for home - school communication. It focused on behavior during reading, math, and writing. I filled in student's name and dates for a month and bond it together.
This behavior chart lets you break the day down for the child in 1 hour segments. The child can color the puzzle piece if they behave and stay on task. If they do not, you can write in the box. At the end of the day, the student counts up how many puzzle pieces are colored, and there is a place f
I use this chart with students that have a difficult time completing work on time. I use it when my regular classroom management system isn't enough. If the student completes their work on time, they get to color a smiley face. If they do not finish their work on time, they do not get to color a
This is a simple behavior chart for those students who just need a little reminder of their behavior for the day, or for those parents who want a quick daily update of their child's daily behavior.
There is a place to mark whether the child finished all his/her work, Some/Most, or None It also h