Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
Keep all 4 legs of your chair on the floor.
2. Be Responsible!
Take care of property (yours and others).
Be ready to learn.
3. Be Respectful!
Wait for your turn.
Listen to others.
After school begins your child may talk about "Behavior Cards." It's part of a system that helps students take responsibility for their own behavior in the classroom.
Here's how it works: As a class we will review our classroom rules. Everyone begins each day with green "Good Behavior" cards in their pockets on the chart. Students who forget to follow the rules must replace their green cards with yellow, orange, or red cards.
*A green card means "You're doing great!"
*A yellow card means "Warning! Pay more
attention to your behavior."
*An orange card means "You lose half of a
*A red card means "You lose a whole recess, you visit the principal's office, and a behavior report is sent home."
*BONUS: A purple card means "You're displaying remarkable behavior and I'm hoping others will follow your lead. You have earned yourself a Bee Slip and a treat."
1. Self satisfaction
3. "Bee" Slips (to be used for weekly drawings)
4. Incentives (extra free time, treats, etc.)
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