Back to School Weekly Behavior Management Charts,Checklists & Forms (US English)

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Teachers love utilizing my weekly behavior management kit in their classrooms to assess, document, communicate and celebrate student behaviors easily and effectively!

In addition to checklists, this kit includes an Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence Chart to help pinpoint triggers, behavior tally sheets to keep track of positive behaviors as well as positive notes to send home! Buy this resource once and enjoy it for YEARS to come!! Be sure to grab this before heading back to school so you are set for the year!

For Use at School - Teachers: Use this practical chart on a daily basis and send it home to report back to your students' parents in a timely fashion.

For Use at Home - Parents: Invite your children to complete this chart as a self-reflection tool of their own behavior.

Simply circle or color in one of the faces beneath each weekday so children understand how their behavior has been evaluated. Then check off the appropriate description boxes and add any additional notes in the provided section.

The Tally sheets can be filled with reward stickers or colored in by children when they show positive behavior or have a great day.

Weekly Behavior Charts and Tally Sheets for Children Details:

► 2 Versions to choose from ‣ 1 with a checklist, 1 without a checklist

►ABC (Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence) Chart to help pinpoint triggers, brainstorm strategies and log frequent misbehavior

► Positive notes to send home

► 4 Tally Sheets for Coloring/Reward Stickers ‣ 5 , 7, 10 and 20 count

► Black & White and Color options

► Easy to implement in your classroom or family!

The checklist includes:

► Followed the rules

► Did not follow the rules

► Was kind to others

► Was not kind to others

► Stayed on task

► Did not stay on task

► Required reminders

► Did not require reminders

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