Behavior Bingo Brag Boards are a great way to reinforce positive behaviors! These boards encourage a student to be aware of the behaviors that they need to display in the classroom. It also reminds teachers to look for and focus on positive behavior all day!
Page 1: Print the behavior bingo board that you like and post it in your student’s agenda or on the student’s desk. You can laminate it and even enlarge it if needed. Go over the board with the student. Decide what the reward will be when they get a BINGO! I suggest something that gives them more attention like lunch or breakfast with their favorite teacher or “joke time” when they get to tell or read jokes to the class. You can aim for 4 or 5 in a row or a blackout (the whole board). Every time you catch the student displaying that behavior mark out the box on the bingo board.
Page 2: Bingo Board for non-readers or Bucket Fillers (http://www.bucketfillers101.com/)! This can be used with the whole class or individual students.
Page three: Make your own goals to fit the needs of a student. Send them home to help the family set goals at home as well! Three different fonts to fit a variety of ages.
Page four: Black and white bingo boards
Whole Class Management-