** Updated June 2018 to include additional calendars.... Color and Black line pictures with "ClipChart" circles, and a BW calendar set that has no day numbers or years (so your kiddos can write in their own numbers)!
Perfect to document student behaviors!!
This download includes:
* Behavior/calendar charts for each month, June 2018-July 2019. Each calendar has a blank space at the bottom to include your own custom text.
- Color versions
- Line Art (coloring page) versions
- Color versions with circles for "ClipChart" documentation
- Line Art (coloring page) versions with circles for "Clip Chart" documentation
- Line Art (coloring page) versions with no dates or years
* Cute themed headings at the top!
* Some months are duplicated with different themes:
- August: Camping or Back to School
- September: Camping or Back to School
- October: Halloween or Race Cars
- November: Thanksgiving or Harvest
- April: Easter or Rain Showers
** Sorry, there is no alternate for December. It has a Santa/North Pole theme on it. I have requested a non-denominational theme from the artist and will update it if she's able to do it.
* The boxes are big enough so you can add/write in holidays, upcoming trips, or special dates before you print/copy them.
Behavior charts are a great way to stay in communication with parents regarding great - and not so great - classroom behaviors. At the end of the day, I write a smiley face on their calendar to let parents know how their students day ended. There's also room in each daily box to write a short comment if you want (i.e. "Worked hard!" or "Very talkative today"). Instead of a smiley face, stickers or stamps may also be used.
I keep each student's behavior chart/calendar in a 3-ring binder that goes home, and comes back to school daily. Charts are not thrown away, so a record of the student's yearly behaviors are stored nicely.
I also reward my students with a trip to the treasure box, a small pack of gum, or extra time to be "teacher's helper" (whatever motivates the student!) when they get a certain number of smiley faces.
How do I manage classroom behaviors?
I use a "Clip Chart" in my classroom. Students can move down, and UP the chart when they either break a class rule, or display improved or exemplary behaviors. I love it because if a student moves down in the morning, they have the opportunity to move back up before the end of the day. This makes me feel not guilty about having a student move down, so I don't have to give out warnings all day. It keeps students accountable for their own behaviors. You can check out how to use a Clip Chart at www.newmanagement.com (click on the clip chart picture on the bottom of the page), or do a search on the internet. There are tons of valuable resources online (like themed clip charts!) to help you set it up!
** This product matches, and works great with my
Monthly Reading / Minute Tracker Calendar
Please let me know if there are any errors, or if you want to see something changed.
-Tonya McCullough :)