Introducing a new design style of PBIS Rules Posters from Mascot Junction. Each poster is designed to make the most of the acronym (ROAR, SOAR, PRIDE, etc.), and features the school mascot demonstrating the positive behaviors for each area of the school. Each poster is customized with your words/rules, your mascot and your colors. Ask for Rule Poster Design Style 3, when filling out your Planning Guide. Click here for a Catalog, Price List and Planning Guide.
Dave Thompson, President of Mascot Junction, discusses how schools can use their mascot to teach positive behavior and make their PBIS programs more engaging. Thompson explained, “We need to stop thinking of mascots as simply a tool for promoting school spirit, and start leveraging them as the powerful teaching tool they are. Marketers have been using cartoon characters to reach and influence children for decades. It’s about time we learn a valuable lesson from marketers, and use them to teach. The fact is that children self relate to their school mascot, and the emotional incentives for enjoying social success in the group a child self identifies with, is hard wired and gives educators a very powerful tool for reaching and teaching children.”
Mascot Junction has more than 100 kid-friendly mascots, and each comes in their own clip art sets, featuring more than 80 illustrations. These illustrations are used to bring the nebulous topics of respect, responsibility, safety and others into clear focus, using a mascot that the child self identifies with.
Clip Charts for reinforcing positive behavior in schools are printed on durable 1/8 thick PVC plastic, and are 10″ wide by 42″ tall. The “Ready to Learn” section is large enough to accommodate 36 clips, or clothes pins, making it large enough to serve the largest classrooms. The “up-clipping” areas are also larger, so you can celebrate demonstrations of positive behavior with a larger number of students. “Down-clipping” areas are smaller for similar reasons.
Mascot Junction customizes Clip Charts for each school with the school mascot. We have more than 100 kid-friendly mascots to choose from, and if we don’t have one you like, we’re glad to create one for you, or work with one you provide. By using your school mascot, you integrate the clip charts into the rest of your school’s culture, which to a large degree, centers around the mascot. In the sample provided, the clip chart features a super hero. We can customize the hero’s costume with your school colors, and put your school logo, or initials on his chest. We’re also pleased to offer a generic super hero version and a super star version – both require no customization so we can print and ship those real quick for you.
This is a brand new product, so the pricing and shipping info may not be in the price list yet, so if you want additional information, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 816-916-1377.
PBIS Rules Posters are customized with YOUR rules, YOUR PBIS theme, YOUR school colors and feature YOUR school mascot visually demonstrating the positive behavior expectations of your PBIS program. These posters feature our kid-friendly panther mascot, but we also have more than 100 other kid-friendly mascots, so no matter what your school mascot is, we can help you use it to teach positive behavior and make your PBIS program more fun and engaging. Rules posters are often used for the restroom, hallway, cafeteria, classroom, playground, assemblies, pick-up and drop-off area, library, computer lab and bus. Learn more at MascotJunction.com.
Lion Mascot Logo
Our new lion mascot logo is for schools with PBIS programs. The lion graphic is featured on PBIS posters, banners, signs and other items to help schools reinforce positive behavior. Mascot Junction’s original PBIS Roll Out Kits were designed for elementary schools, featuring kid-friendly cartoon mascots. Junior highs and high schools kept asking for something more appropriate for older students, so we are currently developing our “Graphic Mascot” line of products. The lion is our first mascot, and many others are on the drawing board right now. Next up will be a panther, jaguar, cougar, wildcat and bobcat. By the time we’ll be done, there will be over 100 other mascots, including a viking, pirate, knight, eagle, bulldog, blue jay, cardinal and more.
PBIS Matrix Posters
PBIS matrix posters feature cartoon illustrations of your school mascot visually demonstrating positive behaviors in different areas of the school. Each matrix poster is customized with your school’s PBIS theme, or acronym. We use your words, your school colors and your school mascot to bring your PBIS matrix to life and make it more engaging. No matter what your mascot is, Mascot Junction can create a matrix that is integrated with your school’s climate. We have more than 100 kid-friendly school mascots, and each one has their own clip art set with more than 80 illustrations of them. Even if you don’t have a mascot, we can design a great matrix for your PBIS program. Some schools just want to use their logo, and in that case, we have illustrations of kids/students demonstrating the positive behaviors. Learn more about PBIS matrix posters at MascotJunction.com