Encourage positive behavior and behavior improvement with this adorable clip chart and accompanying assignment sheet!
In our classroom is a behavior clip chart. This behavior system promotes positive behavior and encourages the improvement of poor behavior. This is how it works: every child has a clothes pin with his or her name/class number on it. They start each day on ‘Ready To Learn’ (green). If a child makes good choices, he/she gets to move their name up on the clip chart. If a child makes poor choices, he/she will move their name down on the clip chart. There are consequences for being low on the clip chart (such as loss of 5 minutes of recess) and rewards for being high on the clip chart (such as choosing something from the prize box). Rewards and consequences are given at the end of each day. This provides students who have made poor behavior choices, a chance to correct their behavior and have the opportunity to move their name back up on the clip chart. Students who have made good choices are encouraged to continue making good choices to work towards a prize at the end of the day. So that parents/guardians can be aware of their child’s behavior is each day, students will end their school day with recording their color on their assignment sheet.
How To Use:
Assemble the clip chart by simply printing, laminating, and cutting out piece. Then, tape the pieces together or connect them by hole punching each piece and adding a binder ring.
I utilize this clip chart in my classroom by writing my students' class numbers or names on clothes pins. Then I clip on those clothes pins starting on 'Ready to Learn' each day.
- 7 clip chart colors
- An assignment sheet to accompany the clip chart (It requires children to color their ending clip chart color for the day)
- An explanation of the clip chart for parents (I copy this onto the back of my assignment sheet)
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