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Daily behavior report

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Use Class Dojo? Here's a great behavior tracking sheet for kids to keep their parents in the loop.

Due to the amount of requests I have been receiving, I have made the behavior tracking sheet I use with the Class Dojo available for downloa...

Blue - great day Red- warningOrange - timeoutGreen - parent contactYellow - referral  Each day I circle the color on the communication log with the a marker and write a quick note if necessary.

Lesson Plan Diva is having a behavior plan linky party! This is a great idea, because I'm always looking for new ways to manage classroom b...

positive behavior note home | An Elementary Home Note for Behavior Monitoring

A home note program that gives parents a daily read on students' behavior and performance can help keep communications between school and home more open.

Linda Baker
Linda Baker saved to 2014
Communication- Good Idea to put in take home folder. Also, good documentation for parents to be aware of what to expect on the report cards for behavior and effort!

I've used this form for many years to communicate with my parents. It's just a quick indication to the parents as to how their child is doin...

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 »

Classroom behavior and expectation anchor charts to use in your kindergarten classroom. Help students self-monitor their own behavior. Great Management tool with a Free Download included!

Finding Ways for All Kids to Flourish: Looking in the Mirror: The Power of Self-Reflection

Last November I wrote a post about building self efficacy through daily self-reflection. I was on a mission to build independence and teach kids how to reflect on their behavior and learning at school. Yesterday, as my husband and I enjoyed a nice conversation over dinner ( yes, yet again a discussion that came back to kids and school!) we began discussing how these daily self-evaluations are contributing to kids' growth. It struck me that the value of this practice is even greater than I…