These behavior charts are designed for the resource room setting. In resource rooms, teachers only have their students for a limited amount of time. This behavior chart is designed to keep students on track for that short, important time together.
I print these behavior charts out (1 slide per page) on colored cardstock paper, and laminate them. I hang the behavior charts in grade level groups on my white board at the front of the room, under the title “How am I doing?”
Students earn a checkmark if they follow our classroom rules. If a student breaks the rules more than 3 times, they do not earn a checkmark for that period.
At the end of our session, I have students sit on the carpet and we reflect on our behavior for that day. I usually have students come up to the board and mark their own checkmark on their behavior charts if they earned a checkmark.
This is also a great way to quickly keep track and document student behavior in the resource room!