This is a “concrete” behavior contract that is intended to help to correct frequent classroom misbehaviors of a student. The student will build upon their good choices. Each part of their day is represented with a colored block. The difference, in this plan and others, is that the student can continue to earn several blocks of the same color. However, they can’t finish a tower until they have made good choices in all areas, at least once. Then, they have the opportunity to redeem their tower for a predetermined reward of their choice, or save for something bigger.
I have found that this works much better than coloring in a behavior chart or using stickers. For students that have challenging behaviors, it seems to serve as a better reminder for good choices throughout the day.