Use this jaguar to reinforce your PBIS program and teach positive behavior.
These jaguar mascot clip art illustrations were designed for elementary schools. The kid-friendly cheetah is featured doing activities related to school, sports and holidays. Use the clip art for yearbook design, newsletters, Web sites and other school related communications.
This Positive Behavior Clip Art Set includes illustrations of the kid-friendly jaguar mascot demonstrating positive behavior and character traits like respect, responsibility, safety, leadership, diversity and anti-bullying. These illustrations are used in rule/expectation posters and banners that are part of our School Climate Transformation Roll Out Kits.
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Our PBIS posters and banners welcome students with a message about what it means to be part of the jaguar community, and how to develop social skills and make good decisions.
Use these matrices to get started with your PBIS program. Download the editable word documents (below) and customize them with your own expectations, then send it back to us and we'll bring it to life with engaging illustrations of your mascot visual demonstrating the behaviors.
New and improved Clip Charts are big enough to accommodate all of your students and printed on 1/8th inch thick plastic PVC for the ultimate in durability. Order these Clip Charts as they are, or have us customize them for your school. The shorter Clip Chart does not have any "down clip" areas, and is for schools that want to give students nowhere to go but UP! Download our price list for pricing.
Teach students how to be responsible with money, and learn organizational skills with a Gotcha Reward Wallet Pack. Each Pack includes three wallet designs, and five gotcha reward (mascot money) templates - one for each of the denominations: $1, $5, $10, $20 and $50. Wallets and dollar bills feature your school mascot, and are set up for convenient printing on letter-sized sheets of paper. The wallets are designed to be colored and customized. The student writes their name in a space on the outside of the wallet. On the inside, there is room for them to fill out an identity card with information like their address and phone number. Six charge card spaces are allotted for writing in the behaviors of your school's PBIS program, and/or your PBIS theme or motto.