Looking for PBIS Rules Poster Ideas? Consider using your mascot to visually reinforce the positive behaviors of your PBIS program. These posters feature a hawk mascot, but can just as easily feature YOUR school mascot. Mascot Junction has more than 80 mascots. Each has more than 80 illustrations of them demonstrating positive behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety and more. Mascot Junction Rules Posters are customized with whatever positive behaviors your program uses, and each features cartoon illustrations of your school mascot as a role model.
Meet PBIS requirements by posting rules posters in different areas of your school. These posters feature a wildcat mascot demonstrating the targeted positive behaviors, but any mascot can be used. Mascot Junction has more than 80 kid-friendly mascots designed specifically to support PBIS programs. Each mascot comes in clip art sets with 80 illustrations. The illustrations feature the mascot demonstrating positive behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety, kindness and others. You can have Mascot Junction customize its rules posters with your behavior expectations and voice level guidelines too. Virtually everything is designed around your school’s PBIS program.
Learn more about Mascot Junction’s rules posters and all the products in their PBIS Roll Out Kits by exploring the site. PBIS Roll Out Kits include posters, banners, signs, t-shirts, temporary tattoos, mascot costumes, award certificates, gotcha rewards and a wide array of visual aids to help you bring your PBIS program to life.
Mascot Junction’s rules posters feature carefully crafted illustrations of the school mascot visually demonstrating specific positive behaviors. These samples feature a wildcat mascot, but we have more than 80 different kid-friendly mascots to choose from, and are adding more every day. Each mascot comes with more than 80 clip art illustrations of it doing a variety of things related to school activities, holidays, sports and positive behaviors. We use these illustrations to create posters, banners, signs, t-shirts and other visual aids to help educators reinforce their PBIS program.
Use these Posters to meet the PBIS requirements of posting rules in at least eight of ten areas throughout your school. Each poster is customized with your school mascot, school colors, and the behavior expectations of your PBIS program.
These posters feature the theme of Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible, but the theme can be changed to reflect whatever your school uses. The bumble bee character is also optional, as is the voice level graphic. Basically, we design rules posters for PBIS schools from the ground up. This is just a sample of a very popular design.
We have more than 80 different illustrations of our horse mascot. Many of these images portray positive behavior like honesty, persistence, kindness, respect and other popular positive behaviors. Our horse character can be used as a bronco, colt, mustang, maverick or stallion mascot.
Learn more about Mascot Juntion’s Mascot-Centric approach to PBIS by touring the rest of our site. We make it mean something very special to be part of your Bronco community. Everyone has Bronco friends. There are Bronco rules, and a Bronco way of doing things. It’s a very engaging approach to creating a positive learning culture and climate.
These rules posters are designed specifically to support PBIS schools. Each rule poster features the school mascot visually demonstrating what the targeted positive behavior looks like in a specific setting. Each is customized for your school, featuring your rules, your mascot and your school colors. Posters also feature the mascot holding up the appropriate number of fingers to indicate the voice level that applies for the particular part of the school.
See what other schools are getting in their PBIS Roll Out Kits. Click on the links below to see proof sets of their custom designed posters, banners, signs and t-shirts.
Blackhawks – Mississinawa Valley
Blue Jays – Berlin
Bobcats – Barcelona
Bulldogs – Sutton
Cardinals – Crete
Cheetahs – Cherokee
Colts – Round Valley
Comets – Coldstream
Cougars – College Park
Cougars – King
Crowns – AVCS
Dolphins – Windrows
Eagles – Edgewood
Eagles – Golden Hills
Eagles – Hurd Barrington
Eagles – Little Bennet
Eagles – Riviera
Falcons – Fairway
Hawks – Bear Mountain
Hawks – Hope Academy
Lions – Episcopal
Lions – Longwood
Lions – St. Francis
Lion Cubs – Lake Arrowhead
Orca – Orlando Science Academy
Patriots – Reagan
Rams – Ratcliffe
Rockets – Grissom Astros
Roadrunners – Jefferson Craig
Stars – Meadowlark
Twister – Trailside
Wildcats – Winchester
Wolf – Kelseyville
Wolves – Wakefield Forest
Teach positive behavior by using your mascot as a role model. It’s easy to create a mascot-centric school climate with our PBIS Roll Out Kits. Each kit includes clip art of your mascot demonstrating positive behavior and character traits. Kits also include posters, banners, gotcha rewards, signs, t-shirts and other visual aids customized to your school’s PBIS program. Everything is driven by your matrix. Rule posters feature the mascot demonstrating expected behavior in different parts of the school. Welcome posters and banners teach students the benefits of being part of the community. There are bulldog rules, a bulldog way of doing things, and everyone has bulldog friends, as part of the bulldog community. Whether your mascot is a bulldog, or anything else, we can help bring a mascot-centric climate to life in your school. We have more than 60 different mascots. Each has more than 80 different clip art images. All the posters and banners are custom designed with your school colors, name and details pulled from your PBIS matrix.
Learn how to use Mascot Junction’s Gotcha Reward templates to build a school climate that is very engaging. The mascot-centric approach to school climate transformation involves featuring the school mascot as the chief mentor for a community where everyone is considered an eagle, lion, bulldog, or whatever the mascot is. It’s human nature to want to belong to a group, and there are strong emotional incentives associated with being a member of the mascot community. To have eagle friends, is golden. To have eagle rules, gives a child a simple and easy-to-understand set of expectations. To be part of the eagle community teaches students how to empathize with each other, and gives them a controlled environment in which they can learn social skills. Everything is simplified because it’s taught in terms of “the eagle way.” It’s visual. It’s engaging. It leverages the fact that part of their self-image is tied to being an eagle, lion, tiger, etc. That leverage is powerful because it is human nature to act consistently with one’s self image. To know the eagle code of conduct, is to know their own code of conduct. Learn more about the mascot-centric approach to school climate transformation.
New mascot costumes are now available to match our popular school mascot clip art sets. Choose from more than 60 kid-friendly mascots. Each has its own clip art set with more than 80 illustrations featuring the mascot doing school related activities, and demonstrating positive behavior. We have images portraying respect, responsibility, safety, integrity, citizenship, leadership and other positive character traits.
Time to think of your mascot as more than just a goofy character to pump up school spirit. Use your mascot as a role model to teach positive behavior. We give you all the tools you need in our PBIS Roll Out Kits. Kits include clip art sets, posters, banners, signs, activity sheets, gotcha rewards, t-shirts and mascot costumes. Each kit is customized with your PBIS theme, and expectations pulled from your program’s matrix.
See what we can do with YOUR school mascot. We have more than 60 kid-friendly mascots designed for elementary schools with PBIS and character education programs. Each mascot comes in clip art sets with 80 illustrations featuring the mascot as a role model visually demonstrating positive behavior and character traits like respect, responsibility, safety and many more. We use these illustrations to bring your PBIS program to life with engaging posters, banners and signs that make it mean something special to be a lion, tiger, bear, or whatever your mascot is.
It means something special when you welcome a student by telling them “Congratulations, you are now a cougar. You have cougar friends and are part of a cougar community. We have cougar rules and a cougar way of doing things, so when it comes time to make a decision, think of what a cougar would do, and you’ll make a good decision, get good results, and have a good time.”
This is what’s known as a mascot-centric school climate. Since the students self-identify as a cougar, it gives educators a powerful tool for influencing their behavior and guiding their attitudes and actions. The emotional incentives for belonging to the group, or community, are built in – human nature. Use the rules to teach them how to succeed inside the group, and you teach them valuable lessons for navigating through life, and ultimately down the path to becoming good citizens.