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  • Amy Webb

    Behavior Charts, Notes, and Contracts- Free Printables

  • Lauren Anne

    The MOTHER LOAD of Behavior stuff... Lots of good ideas that can be modified here

  • Megan Ruggles

    This site is particularly great for classroom management because it provides different ideas for behavior management as well as ways to organize notes and different types of "contracts" to have with your students like a behavior contract and a reading contract.

  • Jennifer Elizabeth

    Really useful booklet of behavior charts and behavior plan ideas!

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