Do you need a way to teach positive behavior expectations?
Thiws presentation is an engaging, positive way to teach behavior expectations. The first half of the presentation is a series of slides in which clipart images of school children illustrate behavior choices. A dog emoji, as well as a sentence, tell if the behavior is a “good choice” or “not a good choice” The second half of the presentation has a slide asking if the illustration is a good behavior, followed immediately by a slide with the correct answer and dog emoji. I have the students write yes or no on individual white boards before showing the answer slide. The file you are purchasing was made in PowerPoint and saved in a secure pdf file. You will the recieving the secure pdf.
Behaviors covered include: playing together with blocks, pushing, helping a friend who is hurt, cleaning up, pulling hair, raising hand, standing in line, jumping from a playscape, being kind, listening to the teacher read a story, being under a desk, reading in the reading area, sitting nicely, climbing up the slide, listening to the teacher at reading time, using manners during lunch, working in a center, biting, keeping hands to self, working at a desk, yelling, listening carefully, working together at a table, and sitting correctly in a chair (not tipping back)