Whether you have a student who just can't seem to sit still or another student that blurts out during instruction, it can be tough trying to manage all of the many personalities in your class. The Behavior Plan Goal helps students work on some of their behaviors that may be a bit distracting in class. The goal sheet uses the word "MY" to help students understand that they are responsible for their behaviors. There are bubble numbers that you can use as a way to help students stay focused on their goal. The numbers can illustrate how many times they succeeded at meeting their goal throughout the day or the number that they are working towards. You can use any time intervals you and the student agree upon. I would recommend having the student involved in the entire process to ensure success!