We all have those students who need a little extra attention to help keep them on task. One of our primary goals with these students is getting them to the point where they are monitoring their own behavior, releasing us from the responsibility. This inspired my creation of these useful behavior charts.
There are three charts included:
- My smiley face chart gives a great visual to the child of his/her progress for the day. The added bonus is that there are five smiley faces, each with four parts (eyes, nose, and mouth), which adds up to 20 points. Each point is 5%, which results in an easy 100% tracking system for any documentation you need.
- My morning/afternoon chart has each day divided into two parts. This is a simple chart that a child can easily manage.
- My weekly chart would probably be more useful as a tally chart for the teacher, as the entire week is divided into several subjects/activities.
Each chart is in Word format, so it is easy to modify to fit your needs. You can also type in the child's specific goals at the top of the charts and then run them off for the week. Samples are included of each chart so that you can see how it might be used in the classroom.
I send the chart home with the student each day so that the parents can see their child's progress. I also hold on to all of the charts for documentation, which comes in handy at parent conferences or school-level meetings. I know you'll find these charts as helpful to you as they are to me!
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