Superhero Theme Behavior Management Toolkit
The toolkit contains useful positive behavior reinforcement resources. The chart gives the students a visual to help them reinforce positive behavior in the classroom. Students’ names are attached to clothespins and then clipped onto the chart. As their behavior improves (or worse) they move their clip up (or down) on the chart. It rewards students for good choices and allows them to redeem themselves after making poor choices.
The Monthly Behavior Report informs the parents of the students’ choices during the day. There is a place for comments as well.
To foster positive behavior I have included reward coupons, brag tags, and “Good Behavior” certificates and/or postcards.
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PP. 3 - 8 Superhero Behavior Clip Chart: It is suggested to print on card stock, cut out, laminate for durability, and then assemble.
PP. 9 Individual Superhero Behavior Clip Chart: Instead of making a public display of student’s behavior, use the Individual Superhero Behavior Clip Chart. The charts can be placed in the student’s desk, cubby, in a folder, basically anywhere that is out of sight. Simply print on card stock, cut out, and laminates for durability.
PP. 10-11 (2) Types of Name Tags: Name tags fit standard size wooden clothespins (dimensions: 0.5 “ H x 0.38 “ W x 3.25 “ L.) Either print on paper and hand write name on labels OR use Adobe Acrobat to type student names. Trim on the solid black line and use Modge Podge or school glue to attach name tags to clothespins. The second set is numbered. Assign a student a number for his tag. When printing CHOOSE PAGE SCALING - NONE!
PP. 12 How Am I Doing? Monthly behavior report with emotional icons. Circle the emotional icon the student received at the end of the day. I send home the behavior report in the student’s communication folder every day. The parents initial on the line each day. At the end of the month I file their behavior report in their assessment folder for future reference.
PP. 13 How Am I Doing? Monthly behavior report using color coded Superhero. Look at the top and decide which color the student received at the end of the day and color in the star burst.
PP. 14 How Am I Doing? Monthly behavior report using number coded. Look at the top and decide which number the student received at the end of the day and write the number on the star burst.
PP. 15 The Behavior Rubric can be used to quantify student’s behavior using the following suggested measures:
• Superhero 39/40 - 40/40
• Sidekick 37/40 - 38/40
• Soaring 31/40 - 36/40
• Ready to Fly/40 - 30/40
• Danger 16/40 - 20/40
• Commander’s Choice 11/40 - 15/40
• Call Home 10/40 and below.
• Record the scores on the student’s How Am I Doing? Monthly behavior report.
PP. 16 Student Information Sheet: I keep the student information sheet, parent / guardian contact log in 3-ring binder tabbed for each student. At the end of the month I place the monthly behavior report in there as well.
PP. 17 Parent/Guardian Contact Log: (With a place for student’s name.)
PP. 18 Parent/Guardian Contact Log: (Without a place for student’s name.)
PP. 19 Mailing Postcard Template
PP. 20 – 22 “Good Behavior” Certificates and/or Postcards: To use as a certificate print on regular paper and cut out. To use as a postcard print the image on one side of the card stock and the second side use the “Mailing Postcard Template.”
PP. 23 – 25 Reward Coupons: Decide on how many points or how many days your student is on a certain level before receiving a coupon. Print on card stock, cut out, and laminate for durability to reuse.
PP. 26 Brag Tags: To use as a positive reinforcement for good behavior. Decide on how many points or how many days your student is on a certain level before receiving a brag tag. Print on card stock, laminate for durability, and cut out. Punch a hole at the top and use ribbon to make a lanyard.
PP. 27 Full Size Behavior Clip Chart: Clip chart at its actual size of 8.5" W x 58"H.