Here is a sample of a point sheet I use with my behavior students. This file is editable for you to change the schedule to match yours. The way it is set up makes everything out of 100 points (1 extra for turning in sheet the next day). Any points our students earn in excess of their goal counts towards the class store and is counted in "balance" as well as any bonus points they earn. Bonus points are earned for using their individual strategies/replacement behaviors for target behaviors as well as using social skills learned that week for social skills lessons. Individual strategies vary depending on the student. Students keep this with them all day and need to turn them in for earning their class store money.
I have 3 grade levels in my room, 3-5, but have used this with all ages as long as students have number sense (90 is bigger than 10) and recognize words for expectations and strategies, though a picture point sheet is better for 1st grade and younger, and each student's schedule is slightly different. Math is broken up for each rotation, which was unnecessary for literacy because they didn't need as much reinforcement to learn the literacy routine this year. I suggest breaking down any time of day that is a challenge into smaller chunks like this to really work on the expectations with higher reward during those times.
I teach parents about task-based grounding (and of course what to do instead for explosive students) so they know how to use their portion of the form, and students are unable to receive their class currency if the form is not returned signed and completed. They're very good at talking to their parents about their day, since even if they have a rough day students typically earn some bonus points for something during the day!