Inspired by Kindergarten: Behavior Charts....here's what I'm going to try!  Freebie Pack (has the whole brain teaching rules included)

Inspired by Kindergarten: Behavior Charts....here's what I'm going to try! Freebie Pack (has the whole brain teaching rules included)

FREE Incentive/ Sticker Charts created by My Future Crafty Classroom! Great for classroom management, and gives students motivation to be conscious of behavior in class! For more information visit this link http://myfuturecraftyclassroom.blogspot.com/ Thank you!!

FREE Incentive/ Sticker Charts created by My Future Crafty Classroom! Great for classroom management, and gives students motivation to be conscious of behavior in class! For more information visit this link http://myfuturecraftyclassroom.blogspot.com/ Thank you!!

Like many of you, I have a classroom behavior chart where students move their clip if they have a behavior challenge… but sometimes, some students need more.  They need more praise, they need more reinforcement, they need more feedback.  I created this to use in my classroom with a few of my students… not all....Read More »

Like many of you, I have a classroom behavior chart where students move their clip if they have a behavior challenge… but sometimes, some students need more. They need more praise, they need more reinforcement, they need more feedback. I created this to use in my classroom with a few of my students… not all....Read More »

Behavior Calendars for the 2015-2016 school year. Classroom Management for PreK, Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten and First Grade

Behavior Calendars for the 2015-2016 school year. Classroom Management for PreK, Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten and First Grade

A great vertical behavior chart from Kindergarten Korner. I really like this chart because it allows students the opportunity to redeem possible negative behavior throughout the day, and earn positive acknowledgement for appropriate actions through the possibility of going above just the"ready to learn" stance. This could be modified for any K-5th grade classroom.

A great vertical behavior chart from Kindergarten Korner. I really like this chart because it allows students the opportunity to redeem possible negative behavior throughout the day, and earn positive acknowledgement for appropriate actions through the possibility of going above just the"ready to learn" stance. This could be modified for any K-5th grade classroom.

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