PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: Levels of behavior

Category: Behavior Incentives

Suggested Grade Level: K-2

Materials: poster paper

Description:

This board signifies where students should strive to be. We want students to follow a level 3, 4 behavior (e.g. respect, follow directions). If this behavior is followed, students are on task doing what they are supposed to do and may get rewarded. However, if students are at a level 1 or 2 behavior they may have to take a time out or get a warning. This can be applied not only in the gym but in the classroom, halls, and cafeteria as well.

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Submitted by Mandy Heigh in N.Bellmore, NY. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 9/17/2008 12:10:20 PM. Viewed 17442 times since 9/16/2008.

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Beth Ellis

I HAVE HAD SOME BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS THE PAST SEVERAL WKS IN MY GYM (K-5). I'M SO GLAD I FOUND THIS. I'M USING THE POSTERS WITH MY CLASSES TO REMIND THEM WHAT'S "POSITIVE & NEGATIVE" BEHAVIOR. MY INCENTIVES ARE: LEVELS 3 & 4 = FUN GAMES & SPORTS. LEVELS 1 & 2= FITNESS STATIONS. FITNESS STATIONS ARE STILL EXERCISE BUT MY KIDS SEE IT AS "PUNISHMENT!!" THANK YOU FOR YOUR IDEA :)