This primary behavior reflection/ recovery time sheet lets younger students reflect on their emotions and either write or draw their actions. Perfect for younger students or those who prefer to express themselves through pictures versus words
A great behavior reflection sheet for older elementary and middle school students to reflect on their negative choices and consider the options for future scenarios.
For best results, consider having the teacher take time to work through this with
Refer to this cheat sheet to help your teachers conduct successful class meetings! Whether they're done weekly or daily, class meetings are a great way to build community and promote positive school culture. This list has 40 ideas to help get your
Sometimes our little ones need a little reminder to keep working hard! This is a simple lesson to teach dedication using the story "The Little Engine That Could."
This includes a lesson and train template to do a fun craft!
A great lesson plan to use with rising middle school students! Activities include showing the importance of organization by doing a backpack scavenger hunt. There is also a portion to give students a chance to practice with combination locks- a big
A safety and support plan to complete with students. Brainstorm trusted adults the student can talk to if they are experiencing thoughts of self harm and how to contact those adults. Discuss coping strategies to manage thoughts of self harm and/ or
I use this packet to gather information from my teachers for students needing a Tier 2 behavior plan. I also use it as a guide when meeting with teachers and parents to further develop the plan. It allows me to get important information about
An easy form for teachers and counselors to use to track student misbehavior in order to develop behavior plans. I print several copies and stick it in a folder for my teachers to track data for at least 10 days.
Looking for a way to manage that crazy cafeteria? Check out this cafeteria plan that utilizes objective sound tracking devices available on Amazon or other educational sites. This plan details how to track and manage student misbehavior and how to
A lot of students see multiple teachers throughout the day. If you had a problem with a student, make sure their homeroom teacher knows! Fill out these simple slips to send back with the student to their teacher. Make sure your concerns are