Promote Good Behavior with this DIY Color Coded Reward Chart

Free Printable Color-Coded Reward Chart

This could be used in an elementary classroom to provide general class feedback or modified for individual use to track student behavior.

Use these practical charts  on a daily basis and send it home to report back to your students' parents in a timely fashion. Circle one of the faces beneath each weekday so even the youngest students understand how their behavior has been evaluated. Then check off the appropriate description boxes and add any additional notes in the provided section {optional}. Enjoy this wonderful school-to-home communication tool. Can also be used at home and/or for homeschool! Includes a reward chart!

Weekly Behavior Charts and Tally Sheets for Children

To track students weekly behavior in PE. Can be send home at the end of every week or kept in a file to show parents during parent-teacher conferences.

The perfect classroom management strategy. This FREE weekly self-assessment has…

The #1 Way to Improve Student Behavior! - Let Them Self-Assess

I could bring this up to secondary by self-assessing century skills. The perfect classroom management strategy. This FREE weekly self-assessment has saved me so much time, improved parent communication, and given my students ownership!

Green and Red Choice Board - An approperiate behavior management system for early childhood Pocket of Preschool

Green and Red Choice Board

Green and red choice behavior management techniques (posters, songs, individual choice boards, class books, and children's…

Visual Reward Choice Menu  Great for students with autism!  Amy Murray - Teaching Exceptional Kinders

Visual Reward Choice Menu Charts

Visual Reward Choice Menu Great for students with autism! Amy Murray - Teaching Exceptional Kinders I like this one- it is a great incentive for the target behavior, for school and for home!

FREE Part of my behavior plan this year, a note to send home for those few difficult children. It goes along with my colored "good behavior" and "poor behavior" charts. Free

Part of my behavior plan this year, a note to send home for those few difficult children. It goes along with my colored "good behavior" and "poor behavior" charts.

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Gael's Crafty Treasures: Good Behavior/Chore chart (FREE printables) Starting point - change up the behaviors to fit our needs and instead of giving/taking tickets, give or take 'demerits' on binder list?

Learning in Wonderland: Create your own clip chart and watch your classroom behavior transform!  Send home notes that praise good behavior!

Clip Chart

Learning in Wonderland: Create your own clip chart and watch your classroom behavior transform! Send home notes that praise good behavior!

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