Using simple punch cards for positive behavior support in the classroom

Simple Punch Cards for Positive Behavior Support

Punch Cards for Positive Behavior - Each student gets a punch card, and when the teacher sees students with exemplerary behavior, they get a punch. When the punchcard is full, the student gets a reward.

Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

SKILKS: Story Sticks Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special" Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

This would be nice to use for small group activities. I was thinking of having 3 clips: 1. Min (The minimum level I would expect) 2. Max (The loudest I will accept) 3. Current (Where the kids actually are) I would move the 'Current' pin as their level changed so they can monitor themselves.

My teacher uses a Noise Meter similar to this one. The Noise Meter is a cool way to remind students the correct noise level that they should be using! You just use the paper clip and move it to the appropriate noise level the students should be using.

Twinkl Resources >> Reading Prompts for Parents >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, KS1, KS2 and beyond! reading, home school

Twinkl Resources >> Reading Prompts for Parents >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, and beyond! reading, home school Scrap the guided reading worksheets!

My new behaviour management system this year. "Warm fuzzies"! The clear cups will give continual visual feedback.

My new behaviour management system this year. The clear cups will give continual visual feedback. Can be used along with other management systems.

How To Make A Minbeast Hotel: using an old container, soil, damp stones and rotten wood to create hiding places. A wonderful child-led activity.

How To Make A Minibeast Hotel

How To Make A Minbeast Hotel: using an old container, soil, damp stones and rotten wood to create hiding places. A wonderful child-led activity.


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