These monthly calendars are used to track behavior according to where students “land” each day on their Behavior Clip Chart. They're a perfect way to track and record data (in a cute way!)
*Each afternoon during pack-up procedures, students color in the day on their calendar according to where they “landed” on our class chart. The key on the bottom of each calendar corresponds to what color they will use based on where they landed. (If they landed on “Ready to Learn,” they would color their day green, if they landed on “Good Choices,” they would color their day blue, and so on.
*I link our class’ Behavior Clip Chart to a token-economy type of classroom management system. For example, if students landed on “Ready to Learn,” they would earn $1, if they landed on “Good Choices,” they would earn $2, and so on. If students landed on anything below “Ready to Learn,” they would also lose money accordingly.
*Once a month, I add up the total amount of money students earned, pay them, and host an “auction” where students can redeem their money for prizes or donate it to the “Class Bank,” that goes toward a whole-class prize such as a movie day.
*After our monthly “Pay Day,” I send students home with their calendars for parents to review, sign, and return. If there is anything urgent that a parent should be made aware of, I will send the calendar and parent contact form (also included in this bundle) home that day.
1. Version 1: 10 Calendars September 2016-June 2017 with sample class expectations.
2. Version 2: 10 Calendars September 2016-June 2017 with a teacher's comments section in place of the sample class expectations.
3. 1 Parent Contact form.