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Manners Mini Book Set: 6 PBIS Readers

Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
Manners Mini Book Set:  6 PBIS Readers
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This book includes 6 PRINTABLE mini books to used to help teach PBIS expectations at the beginning of the school year or throughout the year as you reteach.

**Note: These are formatted for easy printing on the copy machine for paper copy mini-books. There are two of the same sheet per page, so simply select double sided, sort, staple, then cut in half for easy printing a class set.

**Note: These are NOT the digital version of these books to view and read in iBooks or any PDF reader, as there are two of the same mini-book page on each printable sheet.

Books included with text:

***Manners on the School Bus***
Manners are important. Here are some good manners on the school bus.
To be safe I will stay seated and face the front.
I will keep myself and my stuff out of the aisle. It keeps everyone safe.
My head, hands, feet and all objects stay inside the bus to keep me safe.
When I wait for the bus I will be peaceful. That keeps everyone safe.
When I’m on the bus, I will use a quiet voice and talk about nice things. That is being respectful to others.
I will follow directions and listen to the bus driver the first time. That shows respect to the bus driver.
I can be responsible by being on time. I don’t want to miss the bus!
I will be responsible and clean up after myself.
I can tell the bus driver if something is broken or if there is a problem on the bus. That is being responsible.
Doing your best and following the rules on the bus keeps everyone happy!

**Manners in the Hallway**
Manners are important. Here are some good manners in the hallway.
I walk in a single file line and think of line basics. That is being safe.
To be respectful, I will keep my hands to myself and think of personal space.
That is using body basics.
I will keep to the right. That is being safe.
I will go right to where I need to go. That is being responsible.
To be respectful I will keep my voice off. That is also using body basics.
I will remember to use walking feet. That is being safe and using body basics.
I will greet others with a friendly wave. That is being respectful.
If I drop something on the floor I will pick it up. That is being responsible
and keeping the hallway clean.
Doing your best and making good choices in the hallway keeps
everyone happy!

**Manners in the Restroom**
Manners are important. Here are some good manners in the restroom.
I will wait my turn to respect others’ privacy.
I show respect by using a quiet voice.
I show respect by respecting school property and leaving the lights on.
To be responsible I can flush the toilet when I’m done.
I will think 2 for pumps of soap, towels, and minutes. That is being responsible.
I wash my hands with soap and water to stay safe.
I can do my best by keeping the bathroom clean.
To be responsible I can report problems to the teacher.
Good manners and making good choices in the restroom keeps everyone happy!

**Manners in the Lunchroom**
Manners are important. Here are some good manners in the lunchroom.
I will wait quietly in a straight line to be responsible.
I say please and thank you to show good manners.
I use walking feet coming in and out to stay safe. I think of line basics.
I keep hands and feet to myself to stay safe. I think of body basics.
I eat my own food to stay safe.
I show respect by using a quiet voice and talk about nice things.
I show respect by listening to the teachers.
I can be responsible by cleaning up after myself when I am done eating.
I will raise my hand when I need something. That is being responsible.
To do my best I can try everything on my tray.
Good manners and making good choices in the lunchroom
keeps everyone happy!

**Manners on the Playground**
Manners are important. Here are some good manners on the playground.
I can stay safe and play in the right place. Once I’m out, I stay out.
I will use things the right way to stay safe.
I use walking feet coming in and out to stay safe.
I can take turns, share, and be kind to show respect.
I wait my turn on the swings. I take turns.
I share with others. That shows respect to my friends.
I can be kind to others. That means be NICE to show respect.
I will let others play with me. That is respect.
I show respect by listening to the teacher the first time.
I will be responsible and line up when the bells rings or the teacher blows the whistle.
I can be responsible and put things away when I am done with them.
Good manners and making good choices on the playground keeps everyone happy!

**Manners at School**
Manners are important. Here are some good manners at school.
I can be kind to others. That means be NICE.
I can look with my eyes and listen with my ears.
My lips are zipped when I listen. That shows respect.
I keep my hands to myself. That is my personal space.
I raise my hand before I talk. That shows respect to the teacher.
I share with others. That shows respect to my friends.
I wait my turn on the swings. I take turns.
I say, “Please.” I say, “Thank you.”
I cover my mouth when I cough. No one wants my germs!
I clean up when the teacher says.
Good manners at school keeps everyone happy!

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