Behavior Race

I wanted to share with you all what I have been doing in my classroom to manage my students’ behavior lately. My students have a serious case of “spring fever” so I had to get a little creative on this one… 

My students are really into this Behavior Race, which makes my job easier! Each team (my class is divided into 4 teams) has a chance to move three spaces on the game board, at the end of the day (I use tallies on the board to show how many spaces each team has). If a team has a good day, then they will most likely move all three spaces, if a team has a hard day (behaviorally) then they may only get to move 1 or 2 spaces, depending on how many tallies they have left. When each team gets to the finish space, they will get a prize (the game won’t start over until everyone reaches the finish space).  

To make your own game board, you will need…

  • Jumpin’ Jacks font for “Behavior Race” letters HERE
  • White poster board
  • Colored card stock
  • Game board template HERE (available in my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY)
  • KPM Doodles clipart for decoration HERE

I copied the game board template onto blue, yellow, orange, purple, and green card stock. After I cut everything out, I arranged the spaces on my poster board until it looked the way I wanted. You can see in the picture below that I prefer to work on the floor and spread everything out, instead of working on the long craft counter I paid big bucks for… go figure!  

Looking for more? Behavior Management Made Easy is perfect for new teachers who are looking for classroom management strategies, and veteran teachers who are looking for new ideas!

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