This past year I used a new behavioral management system to encourage my kids to make GOOD choices, even if they make a mistake during the day. IT WORKED amazingly and was exactly the kind of system I was looking for. It allows for children to be children, but still recover and focus on making GOOD choices. Plus, I could easily reward students who always behavior above what is expected… as it should be.
I had to revamp this clip chart a little bit to make it better than ever for the upcoming school year… because, well it is FUN! Since I have a monkey themed room that I LOVE… I created a monkey themed clip art to match.
Here is an updated picture of my new behavioral chart set up for the new year.
I separated the parts to make room for clips. I had a lot of boys last year and that side got crowded when I put them together in a row… this way my kids can put their clips all the way around the part they are on! The vines were for fun!
Here is my pack of Monkey Behavioral Charts that has 6 fun themed posters
WITH handouts for parents already done for you.
Let me show you the handouts I have ready to go for parents. You can leave them in agendas or folders all year, or send them home weekly.
Here a a quick and easy idea to help celebrate birthdays in your classroom. I have a purchased #6 candle in my filing cabinet for Birthdays. Since students (almost always) turn 6 in Kinder, I use this...