Use this Behavior Wheel to encourage good behavior and keep your students on track!
14 1/2 inches across
Keep your class under control by incorporating the Behavior Wheel in your management program. The first item in my "Make It & Take It" Collection.
Directions: Print out the four pages of parts for the wheel in color. Cut and glue parts together to make the circle complete. Glue to posterboard and then laminate to keep the wheel sturdy. Use clothes pins with students names on them to place on the “SUPER” side of the wheel each day. When a student breaks a rule, they can move their own pin to take ownership of their behavior or you can move it for them, and follow the consequence. In my class, students can never move their pin back until the next day to Super.” If they stay on “SUPER”, they can go to the treasure box.