I know from years of experience that there is not one simple chart that will work for every child. Every child is different and has different needs! I am so excited to share this pack with you of SIX different types of behavior charts to use each day in your classroom.
Each behavior chart in this pack is 100% editable and easily customizable! Each chart is available in color and black and white. Check out the preview for a closer look.
- This chart has a list of all of your students, and you can attach it to a clipboard. You can use the spaces for each day however you wish: numbers, tally marks, smiley faces, etc., so that you can keep a daily track of all things behavior!
- This chart can be sent home with each student at the beginning of the month. At the end of every day, you would simply mark their behavior on the chart with whatever you choose: number, color code, smiley faces, etc. There is space on the side to write class rules and give explanations. You may choose to have parents sign each night. This is also a great place to include other calendar reminders, such as field trip.
- The point of any management plan is for a child to feel successful. Sometimes a student needs extra intervention to feel that success.
-->First, I set up a few behavior goals for the child. These are specific, and
usually no more than three.
-->I also create a point goal based on the amount of total subjects throughout
the day. If the child exudes proper behavior during the specified
subject/time frame, they will get a smiley face on their chart. If they do not, I
leave it blank.
-->At the end of the day I add up all the smiley faces to see if they met their
goal for the day. I eventually want the child to move away from the chart, so
I will slowly increase this goal. Remember, if they are never meeting their
goal, the number is too high.
- This check in system is just like the daily chart, just in a weekly format. I find it helpful for more long term data collection.
- These charts are perfect for those students needing extra positive behavior support. Sometimes further intervention is needed past a check in sheet. One very specific goal will be selected. The child will be working towards some type of reward throughout the day. If they exhibit a negative behavior, IGNORE. When you notice the child exhibiting the positive goal behavior, they will earn either a tally or sticker, depending on the chart. Once the chart is full, they will get the reward. The charts can be used once and sent home, or laminated for long time use. The stickers can be laminated and put on velcro, and the tally chart can be used with a dry erase marker.
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