You can find many examples of behavior clip charts on the internet. The behavior clip chart works well because it’s very easy to manage. All you need to do is create a chart, buy or get some clothespins, and put a student name on each clothespin. Each day the student’s clothespins usually start in the middle of the chart where it says Ready to Learn. Students move up or down the chart, during the day, according to their behavior.
I decided to create this Superhero Owl Behavior Clip Chart for a couple of my friends who teach first grade. I decided to make my clip chart a little more positive. In the morning all of your students would find their clip at the top in the Superheroes section. During the day students can move down or back up. I have included a recording sheet for managing student behavior.
If you purchase this chart from Teachers Pay Teachers, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be glad to customize the chart with your name or custom categories. I would then email the customized product back to you. I look forward to hearing from you.