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Creating Effective Individual Student Behavior Charts

Finding yourself with a student who might need a little extra help when it comes to managing behavior? I feel you! That’s why I wanted to quickly show you my favorite little behavior charts that you might find helpful with one (or a few!) of your students!

These {editable} behavior charts are designed 2 per page, and you can add your daily schedule to them. As students go throughout the day, they will color in the emoji that aligns with their behavior. You can choose between 2 emojis (happy/sad) or 3 emojis (happy, straight, sad).

behavior charts example picture

For one of my students, I used these Crayola Color Switchers (affiliate link), which are basically just magic markers. You can use them to hide smiley faces, and I let my student color in boxes in a little grid when he earned a certain number of smiley faces for the day. When he found a hidden 5 smiley faces, he earned a reward.

magic markers with behavior charts

Recently I decided it’d be fun to add seasonal/monthly behavior charts. They are basically the same, except they have seasonal emojis for each month. For example, February has heart face emojis, October has pumpkin faces, etc.

seasonal behavior charts

Hope these little charts help some of your students! 🙂

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