Explore the PBIS posters, banners and signs that come as part of our PBIS Roll Out Kits. Each kit includes custom designed posters, banners, clip art, gotcha rewards, t-shirts and virtually everything you need to transform your school climate into a fun, engaging and rewarding environment. Read the welcome poster and see how a mascot-centric school climate lays the groundwork for expectations, teaches good decision making skills and builds a sense of community.
PBIS Roll Out Kits include posters, banners, signs, activity sheets, gotcha rewards and t-shirts. Everything in the roll out kit is customized with the school mascot, colors and PBIS theme. Think of how easily you could create an engaging climate and culture in your school with the mascot-centric system from Mascot Junction.
The system leverages your school mascot as a role model for demonstrating positive behavior. You get visual examples that are easy to understand and remember. For example, teaching “responsibility” in the bathroom means washing your hands. The clipart sets include an image of your mascot washing his hands, plus the rules, or expectations, posters feature the same illustration, along with a list of related rules for the restroom.
Children relate to a mascot in a very powerful way. They self-identify as a wolf, eagle, lion, or whatever their mascot is. Once they begin considering themselves as part of the wolf pack, a portion of their self-image is changed, and that gives educators a very powerful tool for influencing their behavior because… it is human nature to act consistently with one’s self-image. Control the wolf, and you control the child. Show the wolf visually demonstrating respect, safety, tolerance and leadership, and members of the wolf pack will aspire to imitate, get good results, then repeat the behavior, because IT WORKS!
Get PBIS t-shirts that match everything else in your PBIS Roll Out Kit. Shirts are customized with your school mascot, colors and positive behavior theme. Order t-shirts for everyone. It’s a great way to make students and staff feel like they are part of your community.
Our mascot-centric approach to PBIS helps you create an engaging school climate that is built around your school mascot and what it means to be part of the mascot’s community. Members of the community have friends, have rules and expectations; and there is a right way to do things. Members support each other. When it comes time to make a decision, members think about what other members would do, so they make a good decision, get good results, which leads to good times. Every day is a GREAT day to be a member of the group, and the group is defined by the mascot. Whether you are a lion, tiger, eagle or bulldog, you have a good understanding of how to navigate through your group with greater ease and success, with the mascot-centric climate creation system.
Get PBIS t-shirts designed with your theme and mascot. Let us help you bring everything together with a PBIS Roll Out Kit that includes posters, banners, signs, gotcha rewards and other visual aids. Everything features your mascot for a consistent look, and to help you build a sense of community around your mascot’s community.
Our 24″ round welcome signs lay the groundwork for establishing a positive school climate. These signs help create a sense of community around the school mascot, and instruct students on how to make good decisions. It’s part of our PBIS Roll Out Kits that also include posters, banners, hallway street signs, and other visual aids to teach positive character traits.
Our new viking mascot has his own PBIS Roll Out Kit, which includes clipart sets, gotcha rewards, posters, banners, hallway street signs, activity sheets and other visual aid to help make the most of your school’s Viking community. We help make it mean something special to be a viking. Everyone has viking friends. There are viking rules – a viking way of doing things. Every day is a great day to be a viking! Learn more about how a mascot-centric school climate can create a positive learning environment in your school.
PBIS Roll Out Kits help you build a school climate around visual examples of positive behavior, as demonstrated by your school mascot. Roll Out Kits include posters, banners, hallway street signs, t-shirts, clip art, activity sheets, gotcha rewards and more.
This sample features our new comet mascot, but we also have 60 other kid-friendly mascots, designed to engage elementary school students. The welcome poster explains what it means to be a member of the community, and how to make good decisions and enjoy success as part of the group. The instant a student self-identifies as a comet, or tiger, or eagle, etc., you gain control over valuable real estate in their mind – their self-image. It is human nature to act consistently with one’s self-image. Control the comet, and you control the child!
Our PBIS Roll Out Kits feature your mascot as a role model, actually visually demonstrating the positive behaviors, and character traits that are part of your program. We have 90 clipart illustrations of each mascot. Many of the images target specific behaviors, such as washing your hands in the restroom, being kind, safe, organized and tolerant. Use these clipart images for newsletters, bulletins, Web sites and yearbook design. It’s a very effective tool for building an engaging and productive school climate.
Introducing our new comet mascot as featured on this welcome poster. Soon this little guy is going to have his own PBIS Roll Out Kit, complete with 90 clipart illustrations, posters, banners, signs and t-shirts. Everything you need to create a mascot-centric climate for your school.
There will be two clipart sets. The standard set will have 50 illustrations of the comet mascot doing activities related to school, sports and holidays. The behavior clipart set will have 40 illustrations of the comet character demonstrating positive behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety, tolerance, persistence, anti-bullying and other favorable character traits. These illustrations are a great tool for visually demonstrating the expectations taught in your school.