If you’ve been around for a little while, you may have seen my Designer Behavior Incentive Punch Cards. Well, this past weekend I got around to making a bunch of other cool sets too!
Find them here!
Visual reinforcement is always best and these punch cards are a fun, easy way to encourage your students to do their best. Some ideas for use include homework completion, attendance, appropriate behavior during the day, reading logs – the possibilities are endless!
I also have the following designs available too, so you can match basically anything in your classroom!:
– Rounded Box Design
– Striped Design
– Chevron Design
– Themed Design
Recently, I designed a bunch of social skills rubrics covering a variety of skills: school success, problem-solving, friendship, feelings, communication, and self-esteem goals.
Well, if you’d like to try some of them out for free, you can download the self-esteem pack! These rubrics were designed to help counselors, teachers, social workers, or SLPs keep track of a student’s progress on self-esteem goals. The set includes 5 rubrics in both a teacher and student version (for a total of 10 rubrics) in PDF format.
This pack contains the following skills:
– Positive Self-Talk
– Goal Setting
– Understanding Strengths
– Dealing with Peer Pressure
– Dealing with Mistakes
If you’d like to save a little money, you can download the Complete Social Skills Rubric Pack for a discount! It includes 42 rubrics in both a teacher and student version (for a total of 84 rubrics + 2 blank ones to customize).