Discipline & Behavior Modification

21 pages. This packet is a nice companion to the anti-bullying packet. Teaching students to be kind is a nice activity for the beginning of the school year when you are explaining your rules and implementing student behavior programs and contracts.  This is a terrific packet to introduce the "Fill A Bucket" program if you do that in your classroom or school.

1 page. Paper, Scissors, Rock is a great way to decide things! I'm always surprised at how many of my Y5's don't know this, so we take time to learn this fun hand-chant.

17 pages. Individual Bee-autiful Bee-havior Bingo is an incentive for students to model good behavior. It's an easy and fun way to reward students every day through out the day, without having to give a tangible reward.

1 page. I use a mini stop sign when I am assessing. I keep it at the table where I am working, and hold it up when I see another child approaching out of the corner of my eye. It's a gentle reminder, that I am assessing and cannot be interr
2 pages. A quick home-school connection chart that's easy to fill out. Simply check the box, or write specifics next to the subject. One for boys and one for girls. This can be done by the teacher or by older students.

6 pages. These items match the Bullybuster booklet (TWM 1010) and Anti- Bullying posters (TWM 1011). This packet includes a contract, 2 badges, a bookmark and a certificate of praise.  This is a terrific packet to introduce the "Fill A Bucket" program if you do that in your classroom or school.

3 pages. 3 No Bullying Posters. These match the Bullybuster booklet. TWM 1010

9 pages. A nice way to teach students the importance of telling, when someone bully's them or when they see someone being bullied. Be sure to download the matching "No Bullying" posters TWM 1011 + other anti-bully "stuff" TWM 1012

4 pages. Tired of the treasure box? Need a list of intrinsic or non-gift type rewards for great student behavior to use as incentives? You'll find this list of over 100 helpful!
1 page. Use this poster as a reminder of what good behavior is and as an incentive to get students to "give you 5" behavior on a consistent basis, by posting names each day, week or month.
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