Individual Behavior Plans and Behavior Charts for Elementary

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Behavior Intervention Plans are a key behavior management tool to effectively support challenging students in the classroom. This resource helps you create a data-based plan that comprehensively focuses on improving student need through instruction, incentives, and whole-class modifications.

Ideal for classroom teachers, special education teachers, school counselors, and school psychologists.

What's Included?

  • 9 Different Behavior Plans in a variety of themes. (Editable behavior goals)
    • Behavior Bingo, Behavior Contract, Weekly Plans, Situation-Specific Plans, Daily Schedule Plans, Pride Points, Response Cost, Sticker Charts, and Punch Cards.
  • How To Guides for each behavior plan type - Each guide describes the behavior it can help address, how to implement it, and how to collect data.
  • Data Sheets for each behavior plan type.
  • Behavior Plan Development Worksheet & Checklist - This multi-page worksheet will guide you through developing a comprehensive behavior plan that considers the function of the behavior, classroom accommodations, skill instruction, staff roles, and behavior incentive plans.
  • Behavior Plan Pro Guides: Choose & Define Target Behaviors, Getting Students to Take Ownership, Common Mistakes, Set SMART Goals, Monitor and Change Goals, End a Behavior Plan, ABC Data Collection, Tips for Every Plan, Data Collection
  • Competing Pathways Form - determine what behaviors can serve as a replacement behavior while the student progresses towards expected behaviors.
  • What If Map - work through problem behaviors with the student by showing the effects of their choices.
  • Behavior Matrix - Helps the student understand what the target behaviors look like and what will receive reinforcement
  • Home-School Log - keep in contact with parents and keep them in the loop about student behavior and progress.
  • Reward Surveys for Older and Younger Students - Forced choice survey to help determine what kinds of rewards the student finds motivating
  • Reward Cards
  • Certificates, IOU Slips, Reward Slips
  • Student Support Plan Outline
  • Sample Excel Sheet for Data Entry

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