Betzold magnetic behavioral weather with name tags
- illustrates the behavior
- Display of mood in the class
- 3 weather magnet symbols
Visualize the behavior of your students!
There are several ways to warn students during a class. The easiest way to do this is with pictures that the children are already familiar with. Use the magnetic behavioral weather for this. In connection with the magnetic name badges , you can clarify the current status on the admonition scale . The name tags can be written on with whiteboard markers and wiped off again.
This is how it works:
Place the 3 weather magnetic elements (sun, rain cloud and thundercloud) one below the other on the board. Write the names of the students on the name tags with an erasable whiteboard marker. Each student starts at the beginning of the lesson or day in the sun. With every disturbance or warning, the student moves to the next weather symbol , i.e. first to the rain cloud and then to the thundercloud. Arrived at the thundercloud, a consequence should be drawn, for example a penalty. Every student has the opportunity to influence the misconduct at any time. The pupils can be motivated, for example, to climb one weather condition higher again through certain incentives.
Further possible uses
Another application of the weather cards is a mood display of the class. Each student pins his or her name tag next to the corresponding weather card, according to his mood . The sun means “my mood is good”, the rain cloud means “I could be better today” and the thundercloud indicates a bad mood.
Size of the magnets (W x H) :
Sun: approx. 20 x 20 cm
Rain cloud: approx. 27.5 x 20 cm Storm cloud: approx
. 27 x 20.5 cm
Name tag: 14.7 x 3.5 cm
includes– 3 large magnetic weather symbols (sun, rain cloud, thundercloud)
– 36 magnetic name tags