I'm piggybacking on a post that I read over at Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher because I used to use something similar to what she posted about. After reading her post this morning, I decided I was going to pick it back up again (to help hold my preggo self accountable because my poor has gone out the window - not by choice!) and really hold my kids to the fire. Today was my first day using this type of "worksheet" for myself in awhile, but it really seemed to make an impression. My kids did NOT like all the notes that went home in planners today and the consequences that they had to suffer because their teacher actually *remembered* what they did to move their clips in the first place! Haha! This might actually keep me sane unitl the end of the year... or at least get me closer!
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Feel free to post a comment if you have any questions about how I use these or my clip chart in my classroom! OR if you have any suggestions on what I could add to my "Caught Being Good" bank at the bottom. :)
I write the dates in the little boxes under the colors (or numbers) next to their names so this form can last a week.
These two are used with my clip chart system - yes, the kids CAN move back up once they've hit yellow, orange, or red (or back down) but I want documentation on what they did so I can e-mail, call parents, or write in their planner. (Or all the above!)
The next two clipcharts are "generic" and can be used with any system you use. :)