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
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Free Behavior Supports! This printable behavior support is a choice card for students with Autism or other visual learners. The "When I'm Upset," card offers students calming choices to be done in a "quiet area," when upset or calming down from a tantrum.
Punch Card-Good Choices Make Me Happy - punch as students make positive choices and allow them to redeem the card when it's full for a pre-determined prize. Be sure that you award immediately upon completion of card. You may need to begin with rewarding for every 4 stars or so and build it higher as the student has more success.
Behavior Chart: Focusing on Effort and Growth Mindset
Check out this new version of the behavior chart for elementary classrooms! This behavior management system focuses on effort and growth mindset. Students are able to better understand why they are moving up or down on the chart. It's all about working hard and giving their best effort in all areas throughout the school day.