Make behaviour management fun!
This is a Dr Seuss "Oh, the places you'll go" themed behaviour management chart. (65 squares, 8x8)
How to use this chart?
Students can put their name anywhere they like on the chart. The students' name/s can then be randomly selected, for example, you might select from a hat the square "D4" then that student would then win the prize.
-I like to use velcro to make it easy for the students to place their names on or for them to be easily taken off.
-The more the students' names are on the chart, the better the chance they have of being selected to win a prize, or a game, or however you'd best like to reward the students or celebrate their good behaviour.
- You can also use this chart as a collective reward, and if the chart is filled then the whole class may be able to have a game or something else along those lines
- This can be used as a weekly or fortnightly reward system, or until the whole chart is filled up.
- This chart has 64 squares, which means you would focus on rewarding 13 students a day, on average. This could be too much of a focus during your day, so fortnightly might then work better for you.
- You might also want to theme each week, for example, this week we are working on including others in our group activities, and you can observe students doing this, then they can go place their name on the chart.
Why use a behaviour chart?
- This is a great way to manage behaviour because it is versatile and can be used to celebrate anything within the classroom.
- This chart is also achievable, if a student only has their name on their once towards the end of the week then they know that they still have that chance to be able to still get their name on the board, or have that slight chance to win a prize.
- This chart also subconsciously teaches graphing skills and probability
I hope you enjoy this chart, any feedback would be wonderful!