4 in 1
1. Class BeeHavior Chart with Numbers: Reward positive classroom behavior by playing bingo. Each time you catch your class beeing good- draw a number and mark off that number on the chart. You can choose when and what to reward. When four in a row is marked, reward your class with a simple treat which can range from extra play time, game time, friend talk time, movie time, or whatever you choose. For quick recognition change chart daily.
2. Class Rules: Copy the rules on card stock, then cut out around the border, glue on yellow construction paper, leaving about 1/4 inch. border and cut again, then back with black construction paper leaving about 1/4 inch border. Laminate for durability.
3. Individual Class Beehavior Monitoring: Copy the Home Sweet Home and Searching for Honey signs on card stock. Cut and laminate (you can back as above if wanted). Copy enough bees and program with students' names, then attach to a clothespin. All students begiin the day at Home Sweet Home and if they need time out they are moved to Searching for Honey. When posting in the classroom remember to keep the edges open so that you can easily pin the bees. Using 2 rows of bee ribbon or another matching will add to the chart and can be attached using glue dots.
4. Bee a Helper: Copy the Helper Bee along with signs appropriate for your grade level. Use the bee graphics attached to clothespins or stapled to assign your students to the needed jobs. Remember to laminate for long lasting.