This is what I use. I have a list of codes for each inappropriate behavior. Each time a rule is broken the students get a STRIKE (I've used a color chart before too). At the end of the day students fill out their own reports by writing the code (listed at the bottom of the chart) for each STRIKE they received. If they didn't get any they draw a smiley face. On Fridays the bottom of the chart is filled out by students coloring the appropriate smiley face for the number of STRIKES they got for the week. We have Fun Friday where they get a snack (supplied by a student) and sort sort of free time, extra outside play, or a movie. They earn these by receiving less than a certian number of STRIKES for the week.
By Behavior chart
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The report is along these lines (I'll e-mail it to you if you want...it's a Works document)
At the top is a simple table with 5 boxes, one for each day. This is where they list the codes for STRIKES or smiley faces. Under this is a list of all of the codes and their meanings. Below this is another table with 4 boxes. The first has a smiley face and "0 STRIKES" below it. The second has a smiley face and "1-3 STRIKES" below it. The 3rd has a sad face and "4-5 strikes". The 4th has a sad face and "6 or more STRIKES". Under that is 3 options for the students to check:
1. I earned all of Fun Friday (0-3 STRIKES)
2. I earned snack but no free time (4-5 STRIKES)
3. I did not earn Fun Friday (6 or more STRIKES)
Under that is a place for student & parent signatures.
It sounds complicated, but it really isn't. it works extremely well for me and seems to put some responsibility on the students.