Friday Freebie: Behavior Think Sheet

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and you're enjoying your winter break!

One skill that's super tough for kids (and even some grown ups...) is recognizing and dealing with their emotions. I have a space in my classroom where students can go if they need time to calm down, process, and reflect on their behavior. Typically, students will place themselves in my Take a Break spot, but sometimes I might ask students to take a few minutes to collect themselves. While a student is in this spot in my classroom, they complete one of these Think Sheets:
After the student is calm, focused, and ready to learn, the student can rejoin the class. Then I will wait until a break in class (usually recess time) to reflect again with the student about what happened.

There is a boy and a girl version in both color and black and white. Click on any of the images above to download a copy.

1 comment

  1. Hi Angela,
    I do not use behavior clip charts either because it doesn't change behavior for the better, if at all. Your think sheet is fantastic. Thank you for sharing it!


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