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Positive behavior cards

STANDARD 8: Democracy, Educational Governance and Careers in Teaching 8.2 Model, and develop on the part of the students, positive behavior and respect for the rights of others, and those moral standards necessary for personal, family and community well-being. Positive Behavior Punch Cards (TPT)

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STOP- "Please stop what you are doing and make a better choice" behavior reminders to place on student desks when needed. Includes a link to print these out.

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I have Stop signs, but this will hold the students accountable for their behavior! If they don't know what they were doing then I will probably need to refresh them on the rules!

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Send a positive note home with your students today! They get praise from you and encouragement from their classmates at school and then further positive reinforcement from everyone who sees their note on the fridge at home! Download for free today from my TPT.

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Get a special hole punch from the craft store and punch in a box a day. The child can get a special reward when the card is all punched out.

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Behavior punch card, for every good thing they do you punch a number out. When all twenty are punched out they go to the treasure box. I. Love. This. I'm printing it right now!!!

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No more treasure box! Great behavior coupons. I love the ideas in here, like Show & Tell. Students get to pick rewards that are meaningful to them! I think this is great for starting kids on the path to intrinsic motivation.

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"Punch cards are great ways to motivate students to reach goals. Students will most likely engage in a little friendly competition, comparing their progress with friends and classmates to see who can rack up the most punches in the least amount of time.” - Amy, Education Product Development Specialist for Oriental Trading Company

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I want to use these like I used to use "Caught Being Good" tickets. I might also write, "Habit: 1, 2, 3...7" so I can circle which habit. However, it might be easier to keep it general! Or, I could circle the number and the kids could have a 7 habits "BINGO" board and get a reward when all are filled.

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