Establish and maintain a great classroom community of learners with these behavior clip chart posters and rule posters. It is human nature to make mistakes, but these will help students understand behavior expectations within the classroom.
The cute woodland animals used in this product will go with any forest or camping classroom theme. Bright colored frames and clip art are not moveable, however, you may edit the text to fit your needs to include your own rules or your district's adopted behavior levels. The main file to use and edit is a PowerPoint Template.
My behavior levels are:
Ready to Learn: I am determined to have a great day!
Think About It!: How are my choices affecting others?
Correct the Behavior: How can I turn my behavior around?
Extra Consequence: How can I learn from this behavior?
I believe the thinking points on my posters are very important in helping young children understand real language in behavior corrections and empathy towards how our actions may affect others in our classroom. I used real language descriptors on my posters so that it would not hinder my language learners in understandng expectations. (Rather than, "happy camper," "s'more effort," etc.) If you teach in a district with many English Language Learners, you may even need to take it a step further to add translations if necessary.
My rules are:
Raise our hand to speak.
Use soft and sweet voices.
Always be tidy and neat.
Be a GREAT friend.
I also take pictures of students modeling my behavior expectations and post around my rules posters. It's a great beginning of year activity to teach rules and procedures and how to use our clip chart.
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