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The 5 P's and Behavior Expectations Scale

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The 5 P's and Behavior Expectations Scale

What's Included:

  • 5 P's posters (half sheets for easy printing and space saving)
  • Behavior Expectations Scale (1-4) display
  • 3 Titles to choose from (Behavior Scale, Expectations Scale, Behavior Expectations Scale)
  • 4 motivational posters encouraging students to make good choices (half sheets for easy printing and space saving)
  • Note to parents explaining the behavior scale
  • Print-and-Go Monthly Recording Sheets for parent communication

The 5 P's represent a set of expectations for your classroom. They are:






-Positive (alternate)

This resource includes the 5 P's with student-friendly explanations/examples, each on a half sheet of paper so they can be displayed anywhere, plus a heading for your display. The 5 P's can be an extension of your classroom rules, or they can BE your classroom rules! They are comprehensive and cover necessary student behaviors for successful and productive school days.

Behavior Expectations Scale:

A scale from 1-4 that outlines expected behaviors for the day. In this download, you will also receive a parent letter, explaining what each number of the scale represents, and 4 half-sheet posters encouraging your students to make smart choices throughout the day. You can choose how you want to use the Behavior Scale! In my classroom, the behavior scale is displayed on the front board for students (and myself) to refer to throughout the day. Students aim for a "3" on the scale, which means "Meets Expectations"... some days students will go above and beyond, achieving a "4", while other days students need to reflect on their behavior, receiving a "2". I write these numbers in students' planners at the end of each day, but you could use this resource in a number of ways!

For more information about how I use the behavior scale in my own classroom, read my blog post, "Behavior Management: Behavior Expectations Scale" at createinspireteach.com

If you're looking for a way to revamp your behavior management system, and want to encourage positive choices in your classroom, this resource is right for you.

I am passionate about positive behavior management and student-driven behavior choices in the classroom. Take a look at some of my other resources to help keep behavior on track:

Behavior Focus Meetings AND Behavior Check in Charts + Focus Meetings BUNDLE

Behavior Focus Meetings

Behavior Scale and Check-in Charts

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