Mari Vähä-Heikkilä

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Use this practical chart on a daily basis and send it home to report back to your students' parents in a timely fashion. Circle one of the faces beneath each weekday so even the youngest students understand how their behavior has been evaluated. Then check off the appropriate description boxes and add any additional notes in the provided section {optional}. Enjoy this wonderful school-to-home communication tool.

Weekly Behavior Charts and Tally Sheets for Behavior Management at School and/or Home Every teacher needs efficient charts and checklists to communicate and document student behavior in the classroom to parents. Bonus - this resource now includes Behavior

If you haven't logged on to the Class Dojo website yet, you're missing out! This is a great, fun way to monitor behavior in the classroom without all the paperwork. The rewards I made are for my Pre-K students. At the end of the week, they get to choose a random tickets if they earn enough points.

If you haven't checked out the Class Dojo are missing out. This sight eliminated the need for stickers and treasure chest in my classroom. Instead, I use the tickets as incentive for good behavior in my Prek classroom throughout the week.