I find that behavior point sheets are extremely effective in both my self-contained special education classroom and with students in general education classes. Behavioral point sheets can help motivate many different types of learners to accomplish different goals from their IEPs or that you set with them based on their daily needs.
In this resource, I have included three different types of behavior sheets that I use with learners of varying abilities. I have also included the corresponding data collection sheets that I use with each behavior sheet and an example of a class store for the weekly point sheet. I use a weekly class store to reward students' positive behavior. This resource includes a set of editable behavior and data collection sheets. It also includes a ready-to-use version for an example and for convenience. If these ready-to-use versions look like they may work with a particular student then try them out! No editing necessary. If the sheets look close but you need to edit the schedule or goal, you can do that too with the editable version!
I created these behavior sheets specifically for middle school students with Special Education services. I believe they could meet the needs of many different grade levels depending on your students' needs.
This resource is in .pptx format. That means you MUST have Microsoft Powerpoint to open it. Microsoft Powerpoint is necessary to open the intended version of this resource.
The resource includes the following:
-Overview for both editable and ready to use versions
-1 editable and 1 ready to use weekly point sheet
-1 editable and 1 ready to use data collection sheet for weekly points
-1 editable and 1 ready to use daily point sheet
-1 editable and 1 ready to use data collection sheet for daily points
-1 editable and 1 ready to use store rewards chart
-1 editable and 1 ready to use sticker chart (good choices vs. bad choices)
-1 editable and 1 ready to use sticker chart data collection sheet
The weekly point sheet: I have used this with students with behavioral issues that are in general education classes, students with ADHD, higher functioning Autism, and Emotional Disturbance. The students carry their point sheet with them and have their general education teachers sign off during the day. At the end of the day or week, depending on the student, they are rewarded by me, their Special Education case manager. I may reward them more regularly depending on their need for extrinsic motivators.
The daily point sheet: I use this with my students in my self-contained classroom. Students who see value in their points adding up to a daily or weekly prize. I currently have a weekly store because my students can wait for their prize. A daily store may be more appropriate if you students need more immediately feedback.
The sticker chart: I use this with my students with Intellectual Disabilities and moderate Autism. They earn stickers for good choices and X's for bad choices. I set their rewards specific to what I want them to accomplish and based on their interests. The sticker chart is for students who need concrete visuals to aid with behavior management.
All of the behavior and data collection sheets were created by me, Caroline Belcher, Love Live Teach author. I reserve all rights. You may edit, copy and use in your classroom. These are for classroom use only, please do not edit and resell.
I hope that this resource is valuable to behavior management in your classroom. I look forward to supporting you and your students. Please let me know if you have any questions.
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