Here it is on my student's desk. She loses an owl each time that she interrupts or shouts out. At this point, she has 6 chances during the day to raise her hand. If she gets past 6 times where she doesn't raise her hand, she loses playtime. Next week, I am going to move her back to 5 owls and so on. At this point, I wanted her to be successful so I am giving her plenty of chances.
You could also do it in a different way where they lose 5 minutes of playtime for each owl that they lose.
The owls are attached by Velcro. When she loses an owl, I may ask her to take one away or I will just walk by and take it. So they don't get lost each day, they go in a Ziploc bag taped to her desk. She puts them back on her chart the next morning.
I have this chart with the owls as a freebie for you. I have also included stars for those of you who don't use owls.
Click on the pictures to grab a copy.
In other news, I have made a cute decoration you can use for Thanksgiving at school or at home.
This is the decoration on a bulletin board at school.
You can see some images of the unit below.
Click on any image to view the pack in my TPT store.
The first blog follower who guesses my favorite Thanksgiving food and leaves a comment on my blog will get this pack for free. Good luck!
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