Behavior Chart - Polka Dot from K 3 Connection on TeachersNotebook.com (6 pages) - This behavior chart is perfect for any early childhood classroom. It gives students the opportunity to come back from bad behavior and even allows them to move up for positive reinforcement. It is simple and will look great in any classroom. It can be use
Preschool Classroom Reveal
Bottom is going to have to be changed to a blue jean pocket or something Super cute and fun organizational ideas for preschoolers!
Pros: it is a simple visual that kindergarteners can comprehend easily and reference throughout the day. Cons: It does not describe WHY the student is having behavior difficulties. (This is helpful as they learn what behavior is appropriate or inappropriate.) It also does not reflect how often the cards get changed throughout the day.
FREE Incentive/ Sticker Charts created by My Future Crafty Classroom! Great for classroom management, and gives students motivation to be conscious of behavior in class! For more information visit this link http://myfuturecraftyclassroom.blogspot.com/ Thank you!!
Toddler Behavior Chart with Free Printable and Instructions
Whoa...complicated. Level 3 is fine. Level 1 and 2 can be used as strikes for breaking basic rules, each with own consequences.
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Like many of you, I have a classroom behavior chart where students move their clip if they have a behavior challenge… but sometimes, some students need more. They need more praise, they need more reinforcement, they need more feedback. I created this to use in my classroom with a few of my students… not all....Read More »
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