Build You Castle

In Instruction by Steve Rigby

Build You Castle

Darilynn CastonKindergarten

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In this homemade creation, was inspired and created after having a year of considerably more boys in my class than girls. The bright colors used helped each student learn how to order and sequentially build their behavior castles. Starting with the bright yellow for the guard, the orange for the castle door, red for the king/queen piece, then the green for the castle and the highest piece to try and acquire I mounted on vibrant blue to really stand out. The chart is very fluid throughout our day and with a quick glance at the color of the child’s piece it helps both the teacher remember to reinforce great choices and effort and it also helps children internalize positive behavior choices throughout their day!

In this homemade creation, was inspired and created after having a year of considerably more boys in my class than girls. The bright colors used helped each student learn how to order and sequentially build their behavior castles. Starting with the bright yellow for the guard, the orange for the castle door, red for the king/queen piece, then the green for the castle and the highest piece to try and acquire I mounted on vibrant blue to really stand out. The chart is very fluid throughout our day and with a quick glance at the color of the child’s piece it helps both the teacher remember to reinforce great choices and effort and it also helps children internalize positive behavior choices throughout their day!