The PAX Good Behavior Game

(G) 2003, Grades K-6, Hazelden Student teams “compete” to see who displays the least number of negative behaviors and the most numbers of positive behaviors before time runs out. The children that show positive behaviors are rewarded with simple prizes and Tootle Notes (Tootling is the opposite of tattling). The game is helpful for teachers in reducing student misbehavior in the classroom by 70 to 90 percent. Parents can also get involved through the use of the reproducible Parent Booklet. This game is easy to implement and is fun for all.

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