For our behavior plan in Kindergarten we will each have a clip that gets moved on a chart. They can move the clip up for positive behavior and down for negative behavior. They will start in the middle of the chart on ready to learn. They have a chance to move up three times during the day or down three times. At the end of the day I will put a star on a calendar in their daily folder to tell what kind of day they had. Below is the color order.
Pink- Outstanding Day
Purple- Awesome Day
Blue- Great Day
Green- Good Day
Yellow- Ok Day
Orange- Not Good Day
Red- Bad Day
We will also be using Brag Tags! Here is a letter that explains them!
Hello! In no time, your child will be coming home to tell
you all about the brag tag that he/she earned at school! So, I
would like to take this opportunity to explain what brag tags
are and how your child can earn them.
Brag tags are incentive tags that your child can earn for
positive behavior and choices that he/she makes during the
school day. The tags are placed on a necklace that is kept at
school and brought home at the end of the school year. Brag
tags are not meant to take home but can be looked at if you
come into school to visit! We will also have them available
when you come in for parent-teacher conferences.
Brag tags are earned when the teacher notices a choice
or behavior that is done by a student that exceeds
expectations. Brag tags can be earned for many things.
Some of these may include: 100% on a test, Helping Others,
Good Listening, etc. I strongly believe in positive
reinforcement in my classroom and this is one method that
we will use this year to encourage the positive choices and