Behavior Calendars Plan & An Updated FREEBIE

Wanna know how I keep my students' behavior on track? I've been using a calendar system for 3 years now and I absolutely love it! It's really easy to use and parents seem to really appreciate it.

Like my writing portfolio, I decided that my behavior calendars needed a little make over.

This is my students' duo-tang from last year:

And this is the new one:

I changed all my calendars (don't have pictures of the old ones but these new ones are way better!)
I also made some goal setting sheets and 2 different behavior codes lists (one with numbers and one with letters).

In this pack you'll find detailed instructions on how to set up the calendars and student duo-tangs.

This is what it looks like when it's all set up in a classroom (thanks Isabelle for the pic!):

Click on a flower to get this pack at the store of your choice ;)


I've been asked to make my "Wait Your Turn" pencils for a larger class so here they are. 
I made them with numbers 1-30. 
Click on the picture to download them for FREE :)

Later gators,

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  1. Hi Valerie,

    Behavior management is always an ongoing process. Thank you for the tips. Your Wait Your Turn Cards are an ingenious idea. Children can continue to work as they wait. Thank you!

    First Grade Schoolhouse

  2. I am in awe of your wait your turn cards!! That is such a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing them with us!
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  3. Thank you for the freebie cards! I love these!


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