*Reward students with stickers each time they exhibit any type of behavior that is expected. (Good listening, completing homework, working well with others, walking quietly on line., etc…) Students will be able to store them in their sticker book instead of losing them. Once students have completed a page, a line or entire book, (This depends on each teacher or child) teachers can send positive notes home for parents or distribute any other prizes you chose to give them..
You can create covers with construction paper stapling the boxed pages inside.
Note: For more durability, I’ve used manila folders as covers and they work great.. I have included cover sheets that can be stapled as a cover page for each sticker book once it’s completed.
Using the four pages in a booklet will last longer than using 1 page but it all depends on what you want. I have included 3 different options.
Option 1: Individual (6 by 6 grid) – Page 6
Option 2:1 page for 2 students (6 by 3 grid) – Page 7
Option 3: 1 page for older students. (5 by 5 grid) or can be used individually with 4 pages in each book.- Page 8
I have also included a teacher behavior chart on page 9 which will help teachers keep track of the students positive and negative behavior. This will come in use for anecdotal records and to keep track of behavior patterns.