This is a behavior system I have changed and tweaked several times. I have found that using a behavior system that is on each student’s desk helps them to have a constant reminder of their behavior.
This set includes:
-Behavior Reflection Sheet
-Baseball System (for student desks)
-12 different Clip Chart Options (so you can choose 4-5 that best suit your classroom/teaching style)
I copy the baseball sheet and write the students’ names on them. Then I laminate and cut them out. I tape each students “baseballs” to the top corner of their desk (next to their name tag).
To set up the clip chart, I choose 4-5 different printouts (included) and glue them to construction paper and laminate them. I hang these in the front of the room. Once they are mounted in the front of the room, I write each students’ name on a clothespin and clip it to the “good job” part. I included a variety of different sheets so that you can choose ones that best fit your discipline style.
If I have to speak to a child about their behavior, they cross of a baseball on their desk chart with a dry erase marker. Once a student has crossed off all of their baseballs, they move their clip on the wall chart. I have found that this works because I can target any behaviors that are disruptive or in need of repair.