A PBIS Idea: Positive Notes Home

FREE Positive Notes Home. Perfect for a PBIS School and building relationships with students! From The Brown Bag Teacher

KUDOS: Positive notes you can send home with your students! FREEBIE

Promoting positive student behavior is important in the classroom. Here are a few ideas to reward students when they are doing positive things.

Emoji Positive Notes Home for Parent Communication

Emoji Positive Notes

note to use when students make it to the top as well as one to go home if they move to the bottom

Behaviour notes to send home. I would not be allowed to send home the negative one, though! Would love to send some positive notes home more often!

These fun and positive notes are just what you need to let parents know their child is doing great in school! From personal experience, I know that parents like to hear from their kid's teacher when their child is doing well!  These notes are bilingual (English and Spanish)!There are 2 types of notes:Individual notes (4 to a page) can be used to send a note home with individual students.Examples are:Your child had a great day!My teacher is proud of me because.I reached my goal!

Positive Notes to Send Home {Year Round}

These fun and positive notes are just what you need to let parents know their child is doing great in school! These notes are bilingual (English and Spanish)!

Free Positive Notes  Home (Happy Notes)

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Positive, happy notes for students who do a good job! :) Are you looking for a positive way to put a smile on your students face? Well, send them a happy note. PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK FOR THIS ITEM!

I use these Reminder Bracelets and Positive Notes Home to brighten my students' days and relay important information!

Reminder Bracelets and Positive Notes Home

*This is an editable template for writing positive notes home.  We call them Positive Postals in my class.  *All parents love positive communication from the teacher.  Kids love it, too!*Available in half-page and full-page sheets

*This is an editable template for writing positive notes home. We call them Positive Postals in my class. *All parents love positive communication from the teacher.*Available in half-page and full-page sheets mobility exercises kids

I pride myself on my strong classroom management.  It took me a few years to get it solid, but I'm so glad I invested the time and energy into getting it to where I want it.  We are a PBIS school and

Positive Notes Home (Mrs. Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits)

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