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Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme

Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Classroom Management/Behavior Management -Hollywood Theme
Product Description
This item includes the following:
- celebrities for each student
- two forms of a parent letter
- two forms of daily tracking sheet for students
- complete behavior system
- teacher tracking sheet
- student recognition 'walk of fame' sidewalk pieces

This behavior management system is the theme of “The Red Carpet – Hollywood”. Each week, students will track their own behavior on a daily basis. At the end of every day, they will circle where they ended for the day (i.e. on ‘take 3’, ‘take 2’, ‘take 1’, or ‘on the red carpet’.

At the end of every week, the student will bring home their behavior sheet to receive a parent signature. If the student returns their weekly behavior sheet the next school week, they will receive an ‘Oscar” award for doing so!

Each day the child has the ability to earn an Oscar each day for awesome behavior! In order to earn an Oscar, the child must end the day on ‘The Red Carpet’. However, if the child ends the day on one of the clap boards, they do not earn an ‘Oscar’ for that specific day. Additionally, teachers can provide comments regarding the child’s behavior throughout the duration of a given week, which can be found on the weekly behavior sheet.

As students earn ‘Oscar” awards, they can keep them and save up for bigger rewards, or turn them in for smaller reward items. The reward items and values are shown on an additional sheet.

Lastly, at the end of every month, the top 3 students with the most earned “Oscars” will be displayed on the “walk of Fame” wall and earn their sidewalk star with their name on it to be displayed on the Walk of Fame! This is tracked by the teacher(s); therefore, it will not matter if the child saves their ‘Oscars’ over an extended period of time or turns them in for smaller rewards.
Total Pages
33 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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