We all have those students who need specific interventions when it comes to behavior. There are two charts - one for a boy and one for a girl.
I use these for students who need that constant reminder to make good choices. If they have made good choices for the time period set, they receive a sticker or stamp. I find that my students like the stickers better because I allow them to pick their sticker and place it on their chart. If the student did not make good choices for the time period set, I draw a sad face in the box, have a conversation with the student about why they didn't receive their sticker, and comment by the box as to why the student didn't receive their sticker/stamp.
We set a goal at the beginning of the day as to how many stickers the student will aim for.
At the end of the day the student and I have a short conversation about the day. We talk about if they met their goal, why they did or did not. I write and read one good thing they did that day, as well as one thing they need to work on. Then it goes home for parents to sign and return.