Wishing for a resource that complements your behavior management/modification program in your classroom? This is a fun, effective booklet which helps you teach classroom rules in a positive, team-building way. These behavior expectations fit the guidelines of the Health and Social Studies curriculum, while conveniently allowing students to be independent thinkers on what is a good "peaceful" choice and what isn't. These reproducible worksheets are simple, yet effective and the students will find them to be lots of fun!
This booklet was made to teach students grade 1-3 about how everyday peaceful actions can not only influence they way they feel, but the way others feel about them. It covers all the basic rules every teacher implements in their classrooms from being respectful, responsible, safe, a positive leader, recognizing the good in everyone, forgiveness, using manners and working as a team for a positive environment.
This booklet can be used all year as a refresher when behaviors start to go a bit wonky, or you can use it as a month long condensed unit to instill good choices at the beginning of the year.
The Shoutouts/Tags/You’ve Been Noticed slips (at the end of the booklet) are wonderful to print out on colored paper and leave in the room for the students to access anytime so that they may Complement someone when they catch them being kind or responsible. Students really like giving them as much as the enjoy receiving them. Parents are also impressed when they find them in their child’s backpack!