This product will help you to create a positive environment for your classroom. It will give you different classroom management ideas that you can implement how you feel fit.
This product comes with:
~2 Behavior Chart Signs one with a colored background and one without a colored background
-The behavior chart gives students the opportunity to move up or down on a chart. It allows students to be able to keep track of their behavior. The colors are green=Ready to Learn, blue=Making Good Choices, Purple=Being an Example, pink=WOW!! Fantastic!!, yellow=Think About It, Orange=Teacher’s Choice, Red=Parent Contact. Students start on green. If they make good choices then they are able to move up on the chart. When my students get to pink I give them a sticker. Once they have reached pink 5 times then I will have lunch with them. Then that student will start over and will get to have lunch with me again once he/she has earned 5 stickers. If a student goes below green then there are consequences that I have them follow.
~2 different types of Behavior Logs. One that is double-sided and one that is on one page.
-The behavior logs go from August to July. Each month comes with a small explanation of what the colors mean. A reminder to parents to check their child’s folder daily, and a picture with the month next to it. At the bottom part, it has the days of the week and boxes with the different colors. You write the dates above each box and then copy enough for each student. Then place the log in each student’s folder. Each day whatever color a student is on then you circle that color. That way parents will know how their child behaved for the day. There is a comment section for each day if you need to use it.
~2 Parent Letters that explain how to you will use the behavior chart in your classroom
-The first letter discusses the behavior chart and giving students a small treat like cookie crunch cereal, smarties, skittles, m&m’s, and etc, when they bring back their behavior log signed. I give one cookie crunch cereal for every color that a student is on. For example: if a student is on pink then that student would get 4 cookie crunch cereal cookies. You can do that with smarties, skittles, m&m’s, and etc. Now I do not give the whole package to a student. I only give them one piece. My students loved the extra treat at the end of the day. The letter also talks about having FUN FRIDAY. On Fridays, at the last 15 to 20 minutes, I would give my students free choice time. This was a time that I would pull out games that they do not normally get to play with every day.
-The second letter discusses the behavior chart, but I left out the special treats and Fun Friday.
~Behavior Log Daily Schedule
-There are two different types of daily schedules. The first one has all of the different subjects that a student learns throughout the week. You will just have to fill in the times. The second one is blank so you can fill in your schedule and the times. I use the daily schedule for students that are having difficulties with behavior in my classroom. It gives the parents and me information on what is going on with that student.
~Sticker charts come with a colored background and no background.
-Sticker charts go with the behavior logs. There is a sticker chart for every month. I use my sticker charts for homework. When a student brings back a homework page then I give them a sticker. Once they fill the entire sticker chart then they are able to go to my treasure box.
~This also comes with instructions on how to use the behavior chart sign, behavior logs, sticker charts, behavior chart letters, behavior log daily schedule, and ideas on classroom management.
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