We want our students to not only make positive choices, but we want them to understand why it is important. When our students make choices that are negative, we want them to think through why what they did was not okay and what would be a better choice.
These forms are intended to help primary aged students (beginning readers and writers) to think through the choices that they make and build problem solving skills. It aids in building student to teacher relationships while creating a simple way to clearly communicate with families any issues with behavior currently occurring within the classroom. There are five forms to choose from.
• Choose and circle from a list which behavior they chose was not best
• Write and/or draw what happened in their own words
• Write and/or draw what they could/should do next time
• Have open dialogue with students using the information the student gave
on the sheet
• Write a note/clarify any information for parents at the bottom of the
• Send home the completed form to communicate with families the
behavior choices of the day.
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