A tactile and visual reference for students with behavior challenges.
Help your students see expectations in an easy to read and easy to track desk top chart. The stars are labeled 0-5 and each expectation is on its own line so teachers, students, and parents can track the areas of most difficulty on a daily basis. This sheet is easy to take to special / elective classes so teachers can consistently implement a behavior plan.
My students now communicate things like "I was showing I was helping others when I..." or "I did not stay calm when I...". It's been so helpful for giving students accountability and the vocabulary to learn the expectations of the classroom.
Page 2 includes two small versions of the chart for recording daily scores and comments. Give a copy to parents, keep a copy for behavior tracking records or both. Sheet includes one black and white scale and one color-coded scale.
Simply add Velcro to buttons or pom poms and to each star on the chart so students can move toward 5 for each positive behavior and move back for each infraction. Each morning the student can start on 2 or 3 so there is room for movement in each direction. I give a reward when a 5 is achieved. In the area that a student earns a score of 5 the student can make a PSA poster to hang in the school related to that behavior or can help in a younger grade level by modeling that desired behavior. As skills are mastered, focus only on the weaker skill sets.