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  • Amber Brouillette

    positive behavior punch card

  • Tamarock Verdines

    Behavior Punch Cards (boy and girl); Other classroom management ideas are on this site. All free downloads!

  • Ashley Bell

    positive behavior card

  • Candice Roundy

    -for all, or as an RTI behavior idea -green-they have done a great job that day and will get a hole punch in their behavior punch card -yellow- they needed reminding that day of the appropriate behavior and must miss some recess & no punch in their behavior punch card -red, the student did not follow the rules and expectations and must miss all of recess and will have a note sent home {red card report}. - Once filled with punches they get to pick out of the prize box! copy the punch car...

  • Amber Estes

    Behavior Punch card: could try this after behavior chart, would be easy to carry card and hole punch in diaper bag when out and about

  • Meghann Sherp

    What's the bee-havior buzzzz??? I'm back with Management Monday! I think classroom management {especially behavior management} is MUCHO important. If you can't manage a class, you can't provide your students with the best learning environment. I just wanted to share a few tips I use for managing behavior in my classroom {I've accumulated these ideas from my student teaching-Mrs. K, my mentor teachers, and my teaching experiences}.  Hopefully ya'll have seen my positive reinforcement ideas {here}.  <--- Postitive Reinforcement ideas are by F--A--R the best way to manage a classroom!  But, when you need a little extra for some of those stinkers, here is what I do. I use this little old tool from Lakeshore Learning: When a student is on a green card they have done a great job that day and will get a hole punch in their behavior punch card {see below}. When a student is on a yellow card, they needed reminding that day of the appropriate behavior and must miss out on 2 minutes of recess and no punch in their behavior punch card {see below}. When a student is on a red card, the student did not follow the rules and expectations and must miss all of recess and will have a note sent home {red card report}. I also keep record of students that get red cards and if the note was brought back to school signed. Click the picture to download At the end of each day I used to give each student a sticker on a behavior sticker chart...well...stickers became scarce!  I saw {this} great idea on Eighteen25 and decided I could adapt it for my classroom to save time and money on stickers. If they are on a green card at the end of the day, they get a hole punched in their Behavior Punch Card. After they get 20 hole punches they get to pick out of the prize box! I copy the punch card on colored cardstock {because not only is it functional, it's caauuuttee}. :)  I have my kiddos store theirs in their pencil boxes, but you could add a magnet to the bottom and have them stick them under their desks. Click the picture to download {both girl and boy are included in 1 download} GIRL punch card BOY punch card I send home this behavior contract {my class theme was "bugs" last year so I called it a bee-havior contract}.  I like the contract because it allows for the parents to hold accountability too because they know what is expected. You will obviously have different expectations and what not, but you could copy some of the wording for your own contract : Click the picture to download

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Behavior contract; it's a great way to let kids know what you expect from them, as well as keep in touch with parents!

Students raise their hand with a given number of fingers, so the teacher knows what the student needs right away. Limits interruptions in the classroom.

This is a behavior punch card that is used to reward positive behavior in the classroom. This again stresses the importance of positive behavior in the classroom and also hints on the rewards as well. If you get all 20 squares punched in for good behavior then you get a free homework pass or lunch with the teacher:)

like the idea that kids can clip up and down...they can always turn it around.

want to use this behavior chart bc i love how it focuses on positive behavior rather than negative

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. (Free download from blog)

Simple! Students' names are on clothespins. They all start in green and the start of the day and endeavor to stay there.

Guitar Behavior Mgmt - I don't really use pincharts in my own management system, but if I ever did. . .

Buy those reusable ice cubes and put them in a jar numbering each one. Meet with teachers and create a poster for "cool down" activities. When students need a cool down break the teacher can ask them to pick an ice cube and do the numbered activity.

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!