We take the time to discuss our classroom rules with our students at the beginning of the year, but it won’t prevent all of our students from making mistakes or having an occasional setback. This resource provides your students with the support they need to be successful.
When a child makes a poor choice, it’s best for him to reflect on what happened and to think about how his actions affected those around him, as well as choices he should make in the future.
Included are three slightly differentiated versions. I kept each one simple and concise to save time and help your students understand their behavior. The differences are not necessarily targeted for a particular grade level; rather, you should look at the needs of each one of your students to determine which version is best. Regardless of which you choose to use, I suggest that you sit with your student while he is completing it to guide him to understanding (and then sign it along with him).
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