I first created this resource three years ago, when I had a student with moderate behavior problems who loved football.
How to Implement (Weekly):
1. First, determine what the child's behavioral goals are. I recommend 1 - 3 behavioral goals. List these goals under "Daily Goals."
2. Determine if the child's day will be broken up into 8 or 9 segments. (The 50 Yard can be used as a segment of time, or, as a "midway" achievement point.) You can even do less segments by crossing out every other column.
3. For each segment during which the child is successfully engaging in the behaviors, the child can color in the football. Should the child meet their goal (to be determined by you), he/she can color in the Touchdown category.
4. The Parent Signature area is for those who want to keep parents in the loop as to their child's progress.
How to Implement (Monthly):
1. After the weekly behavior plan has been completed within a given month, the child can color in corresponding helmets. This is more or less an extra reward for the child. So, if the child had 5 successful days within a given month, he/she could color in 5 helmets.
2. It should be noted that the monthly behavior plan can also be implemented as a daily behavior plan, but would be far less rigid. For example, you could set a goal for a child (to be on task all day with one or less warning), and allow that child to color in a helmet for the day if they are successful.
I understand that you may want to alter this to meet a particular student's needs. Please don't hesitate to message me for requests.