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Zoo Animals Behavior Clip Chart {Jungle Safari Theme}

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Jungle Behavior Clip Chart

This jungle theme behavior clip chart will look wonderful in your classroom! Encourage your students to have "King of the Jungle" behavior and climb to the top of the chart! Behavior clip charts are a great tool in the classroom, allowing students and teachers to keep track of students misbehavior or outstanding behavior.

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Behavior Chart - Monkey Theme Behavior Clip Chart Classroom Decor

This adorable monkey theme editable behavior clip chart will look fantastic in your classroom! Encourage your students to climb to the top of the monkey tree by making good choices. Great for a jungle animal or wild animal theme classroom. By Pink Cat Studio

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Editable Behavior Clip Chart ~ Safari Theme

Promote good behavior in your classroom with this safari themed clip chart. This is a PowerPoint file that can be edited to suit your classroom needs. The graphics cannot be changed, but the wording can. Simply delete my text box, insert a new text box and use your own font to change the wording. I've included a printable that can be sent home daily.

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Second Grade Classroom Tour

Looking for a twist on the Clip Chart? Try a magnet chart, instead! I made my chart out of a vinyl banner from Vista Print. I bought wooden circles from Hobby Lobby, spray painted them, numbered them, and stuck magnet tape on the back. I've used the same chart for 4 years and it has held up great!


This behavior chart goes really well with any hanging behavior chart with the clothespins but this is the chart that is kept in their folders that they have to fill in themselves everyday & write a word on how they feel about their behavior that day (good/bad). It helps students reflect on their actions that day whether good or bad based on where they're clothespin was at that day (make better choices, ready to learn, excellent effort etc.) & teachers/parents can keep track of the behaviors…