Fun Behavior Contracts

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I think you will find these kid friendly behavior contracts useful in your preschool classrooms for children who need reminders to stay on task.   I find the children really like having some responsibility for keeping track of the behavior that the teacher is looking for, while working towards an activity of their choice.  This is a fun way for children to self-monitor behavior while producing documentation that they are making progress.

I have used the contracts for helping children to stay with an activity, complete an activity without complaining and to move through the morning activities with a desired activity as the end result.

I am including links for the (free!) favorite contracts from latitudes.org

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2 Responses to Fun Behavior Contracts

  1. Sandy Murphy OTR/L says:

    I love this!! So often we use words to ask students to do things without any reference for them to pull from. I will definitely be sharing this with coworkers.

    • debic321 says:

      Thank you, Sandy! This is one of the most popular activities for helping to maintain attention to tasks. Teachers and students love to use the contracts to keep track of what they should be doing and what they are working towards.
      Thanks for sharing 🙂

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