Behavior Contracts: 13 Different, Editable Pages to Reinforce & Improve Behavior
Printables for Autism, Aspergers, ADD, ADHD, ED
☺ Chart 1: Attendance
: This chart is useful for students who are truant. I often use this before a student is report to the truancy officer or when grades are being effected by school absences.
☺ Chart 2: Bus
: Use this chart for students who have had a bus offense or have had a history of problems while riding school transportation. This can also be useful for extracurricular activities that require transportation.
☺ Chart 3: Citizenship
: This should be utilized for students who bully and have repeated offenses of inappropriate communication or social interaction with others.
☺ Chart 4: Class Communications
: This chart is useful for students who talk out of turn during class and verbally disrupt instruction.
☺ Chart 5: Homework
: Use this chart to establish guidelines for students who either don’t turn in assignments or have 5 or more missing homework assignments.
☺ Chart 6: Honesty
: useful for students who steal. Can also be used for those who steal and lie but for lying only use the Truth Contract.
☺ Chart 7: Physical Self-Control
: This is my go to contract for useful for students who are physically aggressive towards peers or adults. I find this contract very important in a behavior plan so the parent understands that no level of physical aggression is acceptable and that they are well informed on the consequences.
☺ Chart 8: Preparedness
: This contract is useful for the students who come to class with no supplies and are always asking for a pencil or a piece of paper.
☺ Chart 9: Punctuality
: This contract is similar to the Attendance Contract but is more useful for students who are often tardy before the start of class periods.
☺ Chart 10: Respect
: Use this contract for students who are disrespectful to adults.
☺ Chart 11: Respect of Property
: This contract is useful for students who vandalize.
☺ Chart 12: Truth
: Useful for students who chronically lie and have social, academic or criminal problems due to lying. Can be used in conjunction with the Honesty Contract if lying and stealing are a combination concern.
☺ Chart 13: Work Completion
: This is helpful for students who don’t complete work even when given time in class to finish.
☺ Chart 14: Behavior Contract Template
: This is helpful for making your own contracts.
Behavior contracts are often used to clearly define the expectations of the student, parent, and teacher in relation to a targeted behavior. This packet is tailored to secondary students and is an ideal addition to behavior improvement plans, IEPs (Individual Education Plans), RTI (Response to Intervention), and administration use for principals and counselors. These behavior contracts have been used for students with autism, Asperger’s, ADD (Attention Deficient Disorder), ADHD (Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder), ED (Emotional Disability), OHI (Other Health Impairments), Mild Cognitive Impairments, and Specific Learning Disabilities.
The variety of identified behaviors allows you to identify the target behavior for your student and provide a written list of expectations. Each contract is positively worded to tell the student and adults what is expected of them. Editable versions are included along with pdf copies with blank lines that allow you to write the student’s name directly on the line.
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