This Hollywood themed behavior management chart allows students to be rewarded for "Reely" great behavior and to think about, and change some of their undesirable behavior. Use clothespins with students names to have children move up or down depending on their behavior.
Students who are doing a "Reely" great job can be rewarded with tickets to cash in later for prizes or privileges.
I have used this in my classroom with 5th graders, who need an extra reminder now and again, about our expectations in the classroom. Most days no one needs to go further than "Warning #1". This is a great tool for students and teachers to discuss learning expectations to and to keep the classroom environment safe, healthy, and fun!
I laminated my posters and hung on hooks using binder rings. I wrote each student's name on a clothes pins. As a class we determined what they could "earn" for collecting tickets. Some ideas: homework passes, computer time, getting to wear a hat in school, and getting to sit at my teacher desk!