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Student Behavior Goal Setting Kit - FREE CHART — Keeping My Kiddo Busy

How do you encourage positive student behavior in your classroom? I have tried too many behavior systems to count - clip charts, flipping cards, behavior contracts… you name it and I have tried it. What I have found over the years is that no matter what, students genuinely want to do well and

Behavior Punch Cards- Life with the Hawleys #free #printable #download #behavior #training #children #toddlers #learning #growing #discipline #positivereinforcementg

We are always working on improving our behavior, because, well toddlers live in this house lol I made these punching cards and they are working so well that I wanted to share them with you as a free printable. I am very cautious with incentives. Food is never used as a reward to encourage behavior because I don't want to enable an unhealthy relationship with food. Also I don't want to initiate a token economy where my kids are only doing behaviors (or not doing) for a reward/punishment…

Just made this today for my girls and let's see how it goes! We also have a sticker chart rewarding good behavior that goes with this!

Just made this today for my girls and let's see how it goes! We also have a sticker chart rewarding good behavior that goes with this!

Teaching Your Toddler Proper Behavior With Positive Reinforcement

Does your child have a bad attitude or simply doesn't want to do things? Try positive reinforcement! Sticker charts have been a game changer for us

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Printable daily behavior charts (punch cards) are great for individual positive behavior management in the classroom. This is a great reward system for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th or students at home. These printables are great to use with behavior management incentives. These could be incorporated with so many behavior management strategies. You can use them in several different ways to meet the individual needs of the students in your classroom.
Use these behavior games and activities as a complement to any self regulation/behavior/social curriculum (How Does Your Engine Run™, PBIS™, SEL™, ZONEs of Regulation™...) for fun ways to review and master the material. Teach students the difference between expected and unexpected behavior.
Encourage Positive Behavior; Help children learn accountability and consequences with this my responsibility chart for kids; Use it as a classroom behavior chart for kids at school or homeschool or a reward chart for toddlers at home on the refrigerator. Behavior Game Changer; Use the star chart for kids behavior as a kids responsibility chart, a good choices chart, behavior clip chart or toddler reward chart; The ways you can use these kids behavior charts to reinforce good behavior