• Mrs. Buzzard’s Class Behavior Plan

    Our class has 5 rules and we will review them every day:


    1.  Legs are crossed.
    2.  Hands are still. (Keeping hands to oneself.)
    3.  Ears are listening.
    4.  Eyes are watching.
    5.  Lips are zipped. (Not talking out.)


    Because your children are 3 and 4 years of age these rules are very basic.  My aide, Mrs. Youngs and I will “model” the proper usage of these rules each day.  I will also use a counting system from 1, 2, 3 Magic as a reminder.  As an example:  If a child is touching and poking another student I will say “That’s 1 and hold up one finger.”  If the behavior occurs again I will say “That’s 2 and hold up two fingers.”  If the behavior happens a third time I will say “That’s 3.  Please return to your seat.”  I will then ask the child to sit out and think about why he/she have been asked to do so.  The child will stay at the table for a few minutes and then return to the group.   

    If your child is spoken to about a rule to the extent that he/she had to sit out, I will fill out one of the forms that I have attached.  This does not mean he/she was “in trouble”.  It just means “we” talked about it and you probably should, too.   I do not use “colors” to represent the kind of day he/she had.  If you have older children, you will understand what I mean.  I just want to keep things positive and simple.

    Please sign any form sent home and return it the next day. 

    Please let me know if you have any questions! 


    Katie Buzzard