I use the Think It Over sheet below for students who are working on making better choices and frequently engage in impulsive behaviors. Typically after engaging in an undesirable behavior, I ask a student to complete a Think It Over. This tells me if they understand what they did wrong, and what they should do next time. The Think it Over sheet is a great way to communicate behaviors with parents because they have to sign and return them. Additionally, it has been a great record keeping tool for seeing what environments my students are struggling in or which problem behaviors are most frequently occurring.
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Many colleagues and fellow bloggers have asked for me to share this sheet. To share it with more educators (and parents!) I wanted to also share this Think It Over for Classroom Freebies Manic Monday! A great big welcome to any new followers. I hope you find this Think It Over sheet to be a useful positive behavior reinforcer as well as a good behavior tracking tool!