What is included:
Ice Cream tracking for students: Students can keep these in their mailboxes or at their desk. Use a clothespin to track behavior. Instead of clothespins I like to use magnetic clips, because they don’t break and you can get them at Wal-Mart in the office supplies. They start out with 5 scoops. If they make a bad choice then they have to move down a scoop and so on. I keep this anonymous by pulling the student aside to tell them to move their clothespin. I also record which rule was broken on my clipboard record sheet.
Clipboard record sheet: I use this to help keep myself on track with who did what and when. At the end of the day to fill in student tracking calendars, which they keep their own in their folder; I only write in their calendar if they broke a rule. A student does not get to do play centers at the end of the day if lost all scoops (of course you can you adapt this to fit your needs). The students who didn’t break any rules at the end of the week get a toy out of the treasure chest. You could do a reward for what works best for you. This is also great, because sometimes I tend to forget exactly what happens throughout the day, so when a parent asks and I don't remember I can take a look at my record sheet which is great about reminding me! I don't know why I need a reminder, it's not like I have a gazillion things on my mind! lol You know how us teachers can be from time to time! ;)
Student discipline tracking calendar 2014-2015: I use this to help the parents and students see how their child's behavior is at school. At the end of the day the students color in how many scoops they ended up with in the correct day. If any student breaks a rule I write the rule or rules that are broken on the correct day in their calendar. This is nice, because you don’t have to write in everyone’s folder.