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I have taught second grade for several years and have always used a Stop Light with clothes pins for behavior mgt. I am going to have a sports theme next year (2011/12) and would love to hear ideas that would incorporate the sports theme. Thank you in advance.


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We use the Clip Chart behavior system (if you are not familiar with it, look at an example at this site beginning on page 5):

http://www.newmanagement.com/ebooks/...hart_ebook.pdf.

Last year one teacher did a sports theme and changed the names of the charts to go with baseball:

Outstanding = Grand Slam
Great Job = Homerun
Good Day = Base Hit
Ready To Learn = Up To Bat
Think About It = Strike One
Teacher's Choice = Strike Two
Parent Contact = Out

The kids really liked being able to associate behavior with a game they understood!!
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Here's mine from a few years ago
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I teach 5th, but this system works for any grade level. View and learn more about it on my website:
http://www.mrsgiese.com/sportstheme1.htm
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Thanks a lot for this super idea.
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I teach K, but this could easily be for a 2nd grade classroom too! I have a large 1,2, and 3 with velcro dots on each number. Each child has a baseball with his/her name on it with velcro again. If a child misbehaves, he moves his baseball to "Strike 1." ... Strike 2 ... and to Strike 3 and you're out! I like this because it is easy for students to understand. Hope this helps!


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Football Field Behavior Chart
Old 07-04-2011, 10:43 AM
 
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I have taught Second Grade for five years. I am doing a sports theme in my classroom again this year. I just finished making my football behavior chart. My school has school-wide consequences we use so those are on my chart (warning, meeting w-the teacher, time-out, call or note home, and referral). I used green posterboard, electrical tape, and sticker letters. I have going to laminate it and each child will have a football with their name on it. Each football will start at the carolina goal line and will be moved as needed. Each football will have a piece of velcro on the back so they can be moved. Hope this helps!
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Gosh...I'd love to see your behavior plan IN REVERSE! Rather than moving for negative behavior, the football moves for POSITIVE behavior. For example, everyone comes in on the Carolina goal line, and gets their football moved for positive behavior choices (following directions, being kind to others, effort, etc), heading for a TOUCHDOWN!! Does your school use PBIS?
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Yes our school now focuses on PBS. This chart was created several years ago. I have reversed my thinking as well as my behavior plans to focus on recognizing positive behaviors rather than negative. My sports theme last year focused on earning shots for attendance, positive beahvior, and homework completion. This year I have a board game theme and have tied all my positive incentives and recognition into that theme.
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