Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Behavior Chart

After being inspired by Pinterest, and finding this at playground duty, I made this version to match my room and to try something new this year.
I've had several people ask for a copy of the behavior chart. Click on the picture above to download it.

I needed a note to use when students make it to the top as well as one to go home if they move to the bottom. This is what I came up with.
 Click on the image to download a copy

16 comments:

  1. I love your behavior clip chart!! Thanks for the freebie! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  2. This looks great! I love the star border! :)

    Jessica
    Mrs. Heeren's Happenings

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  3. Hi! I love reading your blog, so I've nominated you for an award:

    http://readingwithmissd.blogspot.ca/2012/07/passing-along-awards-to-other-bloggers.html

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  4. I nominated you for an award. Please stop by to pick it up.

    Shelly

    Smiling and Shining in Second Grade

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  5. I've chosen your wonderful blog for the Liebster Award! :)

    Jessica
    Mrs. Heeren's Happenings

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  6. WOW just found your blog through a pinterest board! Love all of the items that you have made! I am your newest follower!
    Mrs.Egley’sKindergarten

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  7. Hi,
    I am a new follower and am so very grateful for all the wonderful "blessings" you have here on your site. I love how bright, cheerful and well-thought out each resource is. I am truly in awe!

    Would you please consider letting me know what font you use in your postings - I would like to keep consistent in the other items posted in my class - thanks for considering.

    One more question - do you print your anchor charts as posters (larger than standard paper)? If so how do you do this? Finally, on the "What Starts with a Capital" how did you set up your printer to print such a long sheet?

    Cheers,

    :D Cathy's Collection

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. I use several different fonts but mostly chinacat, noteworthy, and comic sans. All the charts and posters are printed on letter or legal size cardstock. If it takes more than 1 page I trim the top edge of the second page and tape them together before laminating. Hope this answers your questions.

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    2. Thanks - you are the best. I am following your lead and I appreciate the great direction. If I can figure out how to nominate your site I am going to.

      Cathy

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  8. Thank you SO MUCH for all the ideas and downloads you have shared. They are awesome. I wanted to know if you could share the program you use to make the comment cards and desk fairy cards. I ask because I have been making task cards for my class this year and it has been a nightmare. I used Word and I had so much trouble adding text and clip art to the cards. The clip art seems to always alter the location of the text. Any advice you could give would be greatly appreciated!

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    1. I use "Pages" which is a Mac program. I love it and can do almost anything with it. I highly recommend Mac. =)

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    2. Thanks so much! I found the app for my Mac and am going to get it. Hopefully it will save me a few hours of frustration!

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  9. Thanks for the clear directions. I have been looking at the charts to change up my classroom management system and this really will help.

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  10. I was wondering if you have a downloadable version of the behavior chart. I love all of the colorful resources you have made available- thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. I uploaded a printable version of the Behavior Chart above.

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