The GOOD PUPPY Weekly Journal Pages help build a structure children can rely on. Going over behavior as a group can create an environment where children help each other succeed.
To implement this tool, establish a “safe time,” such as at the end of each day, where children have an opportunity to bring up any questions they may have without judgments or negative consequences. Go over the day with the children and write down a quick note on the appropriate level. Use this time to share knowledge on personalities and emotions that will aid children at better understanding themselves and others.