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    Behaviour punch cards: At the end of a good 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 and I have my kiddos store them 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

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    • Becky Sneigle

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

    • Andrea Y

      Behavior punch card, for every good thing they do you punch a number out. When all twenty are punched out they get a reward. Good for individual behavior plans.

    • Katy Phinney

      classroom management ideas... I could use this as a positive reinforcement for helping and being kind!

    • Lindsay Jarvis

      -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 card on colored card stock

    • Cesar-Rosie Hinojosa Capallera

      Classroom Management Idea: I like this better than sticker of the day.

    • Heather Moore

      classroom management idea- possibly use for my 21st century group

    • Christi Howell

      Behavior punch card. Use with your classroom behavior chart.

    • Vickie N

      behavior punch card for those students with behavior plans

    • Stephanie Renee

      simple positive behavior chart

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