Good Behavior Charts: 28 Reward System Tips and Templates for Kids
Good Behavior Charts for Kids | Looking for the best reward system for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, kids in first grade, and beyond? From our best tips for creating sticker charts, to our fave free printable behavior charts, to reward chart ideas you can use for just about anything, these DIY ideas will inspire you to replace punishments and consequences with positive reinforcement! #behaviorcharts #rewardsystem #behaviormanagement #chorechart #positiveparenting #positivediscipline
How to Discipline a Child: 13 Logical Consequences that Actually Work
13 Logical Consequences that Actually Work | Enforcing logical consequences in the classroom and at home is a fabulous way for teachers to encourage good classroom behavior and parents to get kids to behave without yelling, but knowing HOW to use logical consequences (and how to implement them successfully) can be tricky. We’re sharing our best positive parenting tips and 13 logical consequences that actually work!
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Social Contracts are a great way to involve students in the classroom rules and expectations. It allows for a more student-centered classroom, where students help make the rules and are responsible for following them. This builds a better teacher-class relationship and improves mutual understanding of expectations and knowing there will be consequences if the agreed rules are not followed.
Autism Classroom Resources-Christine Reeve
Social Story for Sharing: This illustrated story for elementary-aged students focuses on helping them share with others. t is useful as part of an overall behavior support plan and to share information about appropriate behavior. I have used it successfully with whole classes in which sharing was a problem as well as with individual students from preschool through second grade. It includes ...$2