Monday Made It - Behavior Punch Cards

Today I am linking up with 4th Grade Frolics for the Made it Monday Linky Party!
This year I am doing an owl theme in my classroom, and I've got a lot of great clip art from Pink Cat Studio!  I bought her Owl Word Wall, Owl Behavior Clip Chart, and some regular owl clip art from her that I could use to make my own signs. I love the colors on her behavior clip art poster!
I use behavior punch cards in my class.  At the end of the day we review where everyone is on the behavior chart.  If you are on a green or blue you get one punch, purple is two punches, and pink is three punches.  If they are on yellow, orange, or red, they do not receive a punch. Once the students reach 20 punches, they get a prize from the prize box.

The students also record their color on a calendar in their binders.
This calendar is from Deedee Wills Student Organization Behavior Binders on TPT.  The students color in the box with the color that they received on the behavior clip chart.  I like doing this, because it reinforces calendar and number recognition skills as well : )

What I created today, was a punch card that would go along with my owl theme for the year.  I also created one that just has kids on it, and could be used for any classroom theme.

If you would like the free template for these, click HERE.


  1. Hopping over from 4thGradeFrolics. Your blog design is adorable.

    1. Thank you so much! I just got it done about a couple of weeks ago. My husband surprised me with it (mostly because we were pulling our hair out trying to figure out HTML code! LOL)

  2. This is so cute! Thank you for sharing the punch card idea. I think I may add this to my classroom routine this year. What kinds of things do you put in your prize box? Thanks!

  3. Thanks! I'm so glad I switched to punch cards 2 years ago. The kids take care of the cards and I don't have to worry about keeping track of anything! LOL I fill up my prize box mainly at Walmart. I go to the aisle where the party supplies are, and get those little grab bag toys that they have. They usually range in the 99 cent to $2 range. My boys love the little shooter Frisbee things and the little mini skateboards, and my girls love the jewelry and fancy pens. Cheap and easy! : )