Sunday, November 30, 2014

Behavioral Goal Wall

I'm super excited about getting these up Wednesday morning!! Our classroom behavioral goals! I'm trying to find more ways to involve my students in their own learning. I also want to make sure that the whole students, two aides, and me are all working towards the same goals.  

Sometimes I find that I am the only one correcting or praising a behavior, so this will be a good visual reminder for my aides, as well as for me when I become a little laxed on a goal.

It will also be a good visual reminder for my students and make them more aware of what they are working towards. With the goals displayed on the wall, the goals can be easily reviewed each day with each student or as a group during morning meeting or when we review our rules. 

I've made an editable set if you'd like to try this in your classroom!

 I left the green background on my header, but you can choose to cut it off.

 I've also included "I Can" in case you prefer it over "Our Goals.
I cut around the frame and the characters on these to eliminate the green background, as you can see in the photos above. I thought that gave it a more appealing look!
I've also included a text box that is not shown in the picture. Each page also has the check mark you can drag and use or delete if you choose to do so. If you want to use the same font I used, you will need Kimberly Geswein's "What the teacher wants" font {here} and "DJB Chalk it up" font {here}.

Graphics are courtesy of Melonheadz Illustrating.

Since these are editable, you could also use them for your classroom rules or many other things!
Classroom freebies
And don't forget about the big TpT Super Cyber Sale tomorrow!


  1. Thank you for these! They are amazing! I will be prepping these for my students this week and I hope it will keep my IAs on track!

  2. Wow, thank you SO much! I'm definitely ready to put this into place, plus I pinned it for future reference. I really appreciate it :) Jen

  3. I LOVE this! Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. These are great, thanks! I do something similar, but have always used a white board to post them. I have also posted therapy targets we are working on generalizing- like Daniel is working on the "th" sound.
    Thanks for the freebie!

  5. This is awesome! I think this is great to put in a resource classroom. We work on goals other than reading, writing and math in the resource room and all of the kids know that. I think this is a great way to hold them accountable to themselves and each other. Can't wait to use this!
    Mrs. H's Resource Room

  6. This is AWESOME! Thank you so much. This will be so helpful for my aides, students, and me. I think the visual will allow us to keep focused on what we need to be learning and doing.
    Do you do any type of data binders with your students? My students are in a moderate cognitive impaired program and I am thinking about data binders for students to use, but want to gather more ideas and see examples from others. I am very visual and need to see things to get started. Wondering if you had any ideas or directions to push me toward.


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