Following Rules Worksheets:
In a Picture - Circle the pictures that show kids using acceptable behavior in the classroom and on the playground.
Explain - Evaluate the behaviors that you see taking place.
Match It - Match each picture to the act being carried out.
Smiles and Frowns - Put a smiley next to things that are going correct and a frown next to those that are not.
What Would Happen? - Draw a picture of what would happen if the people in your
house did not all follow this an household expectation.
The Classroom - This can be a great activity for helping to establish a standard for your classroom.
Dos and Don'ts - Explore why it is important that everyone is on the same page.
Households - What is acceptable in the kitchen and around mealtime?
Following Form - This is a good starting point for students that struggling with these concepts.
Why Should We? - Write a paragraph about why it's important and give three reasons for it.
Different Places - Students realize that there are different norms based on the setting.
These Are Them - Examine what is acceptable in your classroom and what is not.
The Big 3 - Most rooms thrive on having 3 clear expectations to be followed all year long.