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.
Initially, I will tape these to the student’s desk and we will (hopefully) celebrate their good behavior at the end of each subject change. As things improve, I will move these to a clipboard at my table. My ultimate goal is to phase these out completely as their behavior falls into line with the rest of my crew. This is also a great intervention to use for students in the RTI
Now, my schedule is not consistent each day of the week due to our special area classes, but I am not going to have a different chart for each day of the week. I think the icons will be sufficient.
If you want to make your own and use my template (see below) CLICK HERE for the power point version.
It also helps to set up and continuously reinforce behaviors and expectations. Sometimes, don’t you feel like a broken record? You find yourself repeating the same directions over and over. Well, for sanity reasons, we make a chart and we review, review, review. Then if someone is off task or is not following our agreed-upon directions, I can direct that child’s attention to our anchor chart. This prevents the “locking horns” that can sometimes take place.
I have a collection of behavior and expectation charts. You can find them HERE.
We also have our station task cards organized and displayed. They really help keep expectations clear.
Free Behavior Clip Chart
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