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.
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