Behavior Management in the classroom can be tricky, but when you have the right tools it is easy peasy and within arm's reach.
The Way I Use My Behavior Ladder
Using clothespins with student names or numbers works wonderfully. Every time a student is caught doing the right thing, they can move their name up the ladder. Students can also move down the ladder for poor behavior. If a student makes it to the top (Super Student or Model Citizen - Depending on which chart you download and prefer), they can then get a prize from the treasure chest. I have found that this helps level the playing field for all of my students. Students that are good in class can be acknowledged for doing the right thing consistently, while the system also focuses on students that need the extra encouragement or firmness of the ladder. This ladder is really effective in allowing students to reconsider their actions or to continue, being the positive model citizens that they are.
A Freebie for You
In my store is a forever freebie that you can download.
I also just created a Tonal Stripes Superhero themed Clip Chart because I'm seriously thinking of changing the theme of my room from polka dots to tonal stripes. I just love the way the bright stripes look. So here is another clip chart freebie for you (tonal stripes and superheroes). However, it is only free for the first 100 downloads. So snag it quick!!
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