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  • Renee Lindholm

    Have children pick out one toy they have been wanting. At the end of the day, if their clothes pin is on the "good behavior" side they get Pom poms put in their jar. If they are in the red, they have some taken away. When jar is full they get their reward.....might need to try this one. Any new ideas to help with disciplining can't hurt to try! Except you should never take away what they already earned- that is a double negative

  • Marissa Lara

    Behavior Chart -- Kids move their clips up or down based on behavior. Rewards and consequences doled out at certain places on the chart.- This is great, kids can physically see how their behavior is being reflected. I also love the idea of using a "token" reward system with small prizes that will cost tokens.

  • Sandhya Jain Patel

    behavior chart for kids... (SSJP): similar idea but "alert level" for mom's mood for the day :)

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  • Ivette Romero

    Love this idea. I've done many behavior charts this one looks very visual.

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I love this idea! I am looking for ideas for anti-bullying in the classroom.