Send us your school’s logo and we’ll create PBIS rules posters featuring it, along with YOUR school colors and YOUR words. Instead of using cartoons of one of our mascots, we can use illustrations of students visually demonstrating the positive behaviors from your matrix. Only available through Mascot Junction! Visit mascotjunction.com to learn more.
Create a highly engaging school climate using your Viking mascot with these rules posters. Choose from two styles of expectation posters. Mascot Junction customized each with YOUR words, YOUR colors and YOUR mascot. These samples feature our Viking mascot, but we have more than 100 other kid-friendly mascots in our library. Each mascot comes with more than 80 clip art illustrations. Behavior clip art images portray positive behavior and are used to create posters, banners, signs, award certificates and many other products in PBIS Roll Out Kits. Learn more at Mascot Junction.
Put PBIS Expectation Posters in different areas of your school to remind students of what positive behavior looks like in that area. These posters feature the school mascot visually demonstrating the desired behavior. It’s a great way to engage children and make it easy for them to grasp the concepts of respect, responsibility, safety and other ways of acting. By using the mascot, the school is creating a very inviting and inclusive climate where everyone is brought together under one, easy-to-understand, iconic figure – the wildcat, or eagle, or bulldog, or whatever the school mascot is.
Mascot Junction has more than 100 kid-friendly school mascots that are designed specifically for reinforcing positive behavioral expectations. Each mascot has two clip art sets. Each has more than 40 illustrations of the mascot doing activities related to school, sports, holidays, or represent positive behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety, anit-bullying, acceptance, empathy and others.
Our PBIS posters feature your school mascot telling students about the benefits of being part of the mascot’s community, and how to make good decisions. It’s a powerful tool for creating a new school climate that is very engaging. It’s part of our mascot-centric climate creation system that helps you leverage your school mascot as the primary role model for demonstrating positive behavior, or character traits. Learn more at PBISteachingtools.com.
This poster is part of a series designed for schools that use a Bee theme in their PBIS program. Each poster features your school mascot as a role model demonstrating a positive behavior, or character trait, and our cartoon bee pointing to the targeted word, such as respectful, responsible, kind, caring, safe, tolerant and others. Learn more at PBISteachingtools.com.
Students learn by example, and that’s why our PBIS Rules posters work so well. Each one features the school’s mascot demonstrating a targeted behavior from the school’s PBIS theme. Our Rules posters cover the behavioral expectations for different parts of the school, including the restroom, cafeteria, bus, hallways, assemblies, classroom, bus and playground. Each is customized with your school mascot and the rules from your PBIS theme.
Looking for great PBIS ideas? Our PBIS Roll Out Kits give you everything you need to get your students to embrace your program, and create a positive learning culture. Our Roll Out Kits give you an effective way to use your school mascot as a role model to demonstrate the positive behavior expectations in your PBIS program.
The minute a child says “I am a tiger” (for example), their self-image is changed. They see themselves as a tiger, and as part of a community of tigers. When you control the tiger, you control valuable real estate in the child’s mind – a part of their self-image. It’s a fundamental truth that people act consistently with their self-image.
When you ask them “What would a good little tiger do?” you are giving them a way to step back and assess their decision options with greater clarity – especially if you’ve explained positive behavior, and good decision-making, in terms of the tiger before. It’s easier for them, and that’s a good thing.
That’s why every tool in our PBIS Roll Out Kits is designed around your school mascot. Control the mascot, and you control their behavioral expectations and, to a great extent, their behavior and decision making.
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Let’s make the world a better place, one positive example at a time!