Here are some other related themed add-ons:
Aztec Navy & Pink Classroom Bundle
Aztec Navy & Pink “Where Is Our Class” Cards (only)
Aztec Navy & Pink Classroom Schedule
Aztec Navy & Pink Number Posters
Aztec Navy & Pink ABC Printables
Aztec Navy & Pink ABC Printables (w/ letter related pictures)
Aztec Navy & Pink Behavior Clip Chart and Reward Cards
Aztec Navy & Pink Themed Dolch Words (pre primer- 3rd grade)
Aztec Navy & Pink Themed Number Line
Aztec Navy & Pink Themed Supply Tags
Aztec Navy & Pink Themed Math Workshop/ Small Group Setup
Aztec Navy & Pink Themed ABC’s Cursive Edition
In need of a behavior chart for your classroom, then here is my bird themed one. Perfect for the adventurous teacher who has decorated their classroom in the Bird Theme!
How to use this behavior chart:
Give each student their own clothespin with either their name or classroom number (In my class, each student has a classroom number which is given to them at the beginning of the year. To simply put it, students are ordered alphabetically and then given a number 1-20 based on where they fall alphabetically in the classroom roster list).
Each day, clips start on “ Ready to Learn”. Throughout the day clips are moved by each student via teacher request upwards or downwards based on their behavior.
At the end of the day, students then record in their daily folder where they ended that day. If they end on outstanding, they receive a sticker that goes on their clip. Then all clips are moved back to “Ready to Learn” for the next day.
Once students receive 3 stickers, they get to choose a reward for their good choices.
NOTE: students do not have to get 3 stickers in a row in order to get their reward.
Once they choose their reward, they remove all their stickers from the clip and start fresh and try to earn their next 3! At the end of each day my classroom helper, moves all the clips back to “Ready to Learn” so that students start fresh each day!
NOTE: My students loved putting their stickers on their daily folders. It was like a “trophy” for them to show how many times their received “Outstanding”.