I know that there are many clip-charts available out there, but mine is unique because it has fewer levels (which I think is still fair but easier to manage) and the wording is adjusted.
The levels are in this order:
Ready to Learn!
"Warning" and "Consequence" are each half-sized and together on one slide so there are 5 slides total. I believe that a student shouldn't be on a "Warning" for very long--it's a call to make an adjustment, so either the student will move back up or will move down if they continue making poor choices. Every time a student moves to "Warning" I make note of it, so even if they end with their clothespin on "Ready to Learn" I can keep track of how they've been doing.
All of the clothespins start on "Ready to Learn" each day.
Each slide is a separate page and I have also included a black-and-white version of each slide so you can print them on colored paper of your choice. That will also save you a lot of ink!
**If you want them to look extra snazzy, print on some lightly patterned paper!
I included the half-sized slides twice, once together (in case you want to print them on the same colored paper) and then separately (in case you want them to be different colors). You could then cut them down to size.
I recommend laminating each piece before use so they will last all those clothespins clipping and unclipping! There are many ways to connect the pieces of the chart. I recommend hole punching and small binder rings to connect the bottom of one slide to the top of the next. Or, if you are very artsy and want something a little more pretty, you could always make some hole punches down the sides and lace them together with ribbon.
I hope that this is helpful for you!
I would be very grateful for your feedback. Thank you!