Every class, even the best behaved, well trained class, still needs to have behavior forms on hand. Whether it be a daily progress report, a homework report, or a weekly behavior report, I have you covered. I even have an educational contract to kick off the start of your school year.
Reporting behavior in the classroom with Behavior Forms
Every year I have one or two students who need a daily report. This is where a piece of paper goes back and forth between me and the parents expressing the behavior of the student each day, and in some cases, also the progress of completing work.
I also have weekly progress papers what I place in each student’s Friday Folder that expresses how each individual student has done for the week in both the area of behavior and in the area of academics. (Are you looking for ways to assess that isn’t just paper and pencil? Check out my free A-Z guide of informal assessments.)
These behavior forms are a great communication tool so that when parent teacher conferences come around, they are not surprised at all by what they see because they have been in the loop the entire time.
I also have an educational contract that I provide parents at the beginning of the year to try to hold both the parents and the students a bit more accountable. While it’s not a behavior form, it’s included free.
I understand that each teacher does things differently, so these behavior forms are editable. When you download them, you can get them just the way they are (like the images above) and with the editable version.
To download your own set of editable forms and to read more about the specific behavior forms included, head to my site, The Owl Teacher and read about it on my blog post Reporting Behavior in the Classroom.