Do you use Class Dojo? It's a free site for behavior management. I recently became a Class Dojo Mentor for being one of the early starters on Class Dojo. This year, in an effort to give both positive and negative points more frequently without interrupting a lesson to do it, I started a new system. This form was given to each student each day. You could easily laminate them to save paper, or shrink it to make more than one copy fit on a page. This was my first version, and it is letter sized, and made to fit on the front and back side of a piece of paper. On Class Dojo I customized our behaviors being tracked, and copied those icons onto the tracking sheet. Students tallied points given to them verbally throughout the day. The front is set up for the morning, and the back is set up for the afternoon. There is also a space for them to reflect on their day. At two points during the day I passed out or assigned devices to each table and while we took a brain break students would move around the room and enter their points and complete the reflection parts on the sheet. They highlighted points they entered, and I kept the sound on so I could be sure to hear the "ding" or "dong" and monitor that points being entered were truthful. I really had no trouble with this though since they knew I'd remember if they didn't earn a 100% at the end of the day. This is made in Microsoft Word and completely editable so you can make it match your behaviors, as they are likely not identical to mine. The best part about it is there's no arguing. The students tally themselves, then I sent it home daily with their overall percentage at the top, parents sign, and return. It's also great for the student who would only increase their bad behavior by being called out with a negative point on the spot. Now you can tell them on the side, they record it, and enter it later when they've calmed down.