I do this in my gradebook - I get out some markers and color in whatever colors my students ended the day on. I use this to determine their citizenship "grades" for each report card. This one is CUTER, though!
Special Education Student Behavior Log
Finding JOY in 6th Grade: Classroom Management: The Purple Clipboard. I wonder if this would be hard to maintain accurately all day, might work better in a middle/high school setting for periods than all day elem management. Like this idea.
A Not So Wimpy Teacher's Behavior Management Manual: Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Goodies and Some Extra FREEBIES!!
teachers communication log and behavior log. This is SO IMPORTANT when meeting with parents to discuss a students behavior. This is tangible data that parents appreciate when dealing with their child's behavioral concerns.
7 Reasons why I use a Behavior Notebook for classroom management and documentation. Detailed explanation and FREE Printable.
Teaching in Room 6: Keeping Track of those Behaviors in a notebook to put labels in
Use Class Dojo? Here's a great behavior tracking sheet for kids to keep their parents in the loop.
I really love this discipline chart. More detailed than smiley faces, the kids can go up or down with their clothespins in class and then it's a great way to communicate with the parents in their take home folder every day.
Try out these classroom behavior management strategies on those little knuckleheads. Progressive discipline, using student planners, creating behavior contracts, more.