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Name Behaviour Chart

PDF, Word | 10 pages|Grades: F - 7

Set out behaviour expectations with this Name Behaviour Chart.

Print out the name behaviour charts and a class list. Cut out each of your students names, so they are on a separate slip of paper. Laminate both the signs and the name tags. Place a little bit of blu-tack on the back of the name tags and stick them next to the signs.

The name chart allows you to acknowledge both positive and negative behaviours. When a student displays behaviour that is against your class rules, instruct them to move their name to the 1st warning/reminder. You can either make it their responsibility to move their own name or you could move it for them. If the behaviour continues, instruct them to move their name or you move their name to the 2nd warning/reminder. Verbally remind them to think about the behaviour they are choosing.

Different variations of the language used on the posters in available in the download. There is also a full colour and low colour option.

This behaviour management strategy is provided as a suggestion only and was requested by a user.

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This saved me some time – will post a photo when I’ve finished putting it together. I loved that I could edit it, and print in the colours that match what we use across the school. Thanks

Ms Hawker · Mar 14th, 2019

Hello Ms Hawker, thank you for your lovely feedback and look forward to seeing your finished behaviour chart.

Royce (Teach Starter) · Mar 18th, 2019

Love this resource – would love an editable version – so to change wording that I feel suits my class needs. Or even a template in studio.

Nads Winsor · Jan 30th, 2019

Hi Nads,
We have an editable version of this resource available in Microsoft Word. Just click the little arrow beside the ‘Download’ button and select the Word version from the drop-down menu.
If there is anything else I can assist you with, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kristian · Jan 31st, 2019

Exactly what I was looking for!

Lynette McLeish · Feb 8th, 2018

Glad that this resource will be useful for you, Lynette!

Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Feb 8th, 2018

Thank you this is what I was looking for.

Julie Hlinak · Dec 17th, 2017

That’s great to hear Julie! I’m happy to hear that this resource is of use to you in your classroom.

Kind regards

Jill (Teach Starter) · Dec 23rd, 2017

This is what I needed – Awesome!

Kiran Rajpal · Sep 8th, 2015

No problem Kiran. Glad you found it useful!

Jill (Teach Starter) · Sep 9th, 2015

I need this! THANKS

MrsBax · Feb 28th, 2015

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