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Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials

Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan Contract and Bulletin Board Materials
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Pirate Theme Behavior Management Plan
This set includes a behavior contract including expectations, positive consequences, negative consequences.

This set includes a behavior contract including expectations, positive consequences, negative consequences.

I would set up a bulletin board or part of your magnetic white board titled “We Treasure Good Behavior!“
Use the pages included in this set as checkpoints students need to get to in order to reach the treasure box at the end.
Print a pirate included in this set for each student. You can either write names on these with a marker, or use a label maker to put names on the pirates after they have been laminated and then you can use these same stars year after year. Also add velcro or magnets (if you set up your board on a magnetic area) to the back of the pirates and put velcro on each page of the chart. Students will start on one and then have their pirate moved throughout the day for good behavior. If a student makes it to the last number I would allow that student/s to go to the treasure box at the end of the day. I also encourage students to support one another and do a silent cheer when their friends make it all the way to the end. I personally, do not start students over each day. If a student ends on 3 at the end of the day then they are still on 3 the next day. I do not expect or want each student to go to the treasure box every single day. It should be special when they make it and something they worked hard to accomplish.
If included on sheet that you can add to the board as a place students will be moved if they have had multiple reminders to stay on task. I would move their pirate to that warning area and then once they begin making a good choice again I would have them move it to the beginning of the board to start back over at one. I only write notes in folders if students are in the warning area at the end of the day and have not been able to regain their self control and make good choices (this rarely happens, you just have to make an extra effort catching them doing something nice for someone else or getting back on track and compliment them for this wonderful choice.)

I hope this chart and behavior plan is helpful!

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Keywords: beach contract behavior classroom class management magnetic board display chart positive plan pirate ship ships beach ocean treasure treasure box discipline
Total Pages
12 pages
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