Are you looking for a resource to talk to students about the differences between behaviors in your classroom?
Then these behavior sorting cards are for you. These cards give language and 24 examples of each type of behavior for a total of 96 with a blank template for your own example. Answer key provided. Practice can be done as a class or in teams.
Have you found yourself telling students to “work it out” but find that they are unable to find a way to solve behavior troubles?
Identifying rude, mean and bullying behavior helps students use problem solving skills to “work it out” on their own with success.
All students using common language to describe behavior helps clearly define and work on specific behaviors.
I hope you enjoy using these sorting cards in your classroom!