These are companion pieces to the Classroom Management Editable Behavior Calendars.
My Color Graph takes the input from the Behavior Calendars and graphs them into a worksheet.
Using the calendars with behavior colors, students fill in their color graph. This can be done at the end of the month as a math activity.
After the graph is completed, the students answer questions at the
bottom of the page. Which color has the MOST boxes colored and which color has the LEAST boxes colored.
Plus a question about goal setting for next month.
A blank version is included in case your color choices are different than mine.
Also a simple version to graph other things like jelly beans, buttons, M&Ms, etc.
There are 12 sets of color charts for the Behavior Color Poster.
8 sets of Behavior Color Charts
4 sets of Color Words only
The Behavior Calendars, Wall Poster and My Color Graph are great Classroom Management tools. The student can self monitor from the Color Wall Poster if they're doing good or if they need to improve their behavior. The parents see everyday if things are going ok or if something needs to be addressed. The teacher has data to pull from to include in parent-teacher conferences, behavior plans, scatter plots, etc. And the Color Graph brings it all together for the student, they can see what they've done and where they want to be next month.
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Thanks and Enjoy!
KinderSprites by Lisa Bentley