Purchase this product and earn 3.75 reward points

Restorative Practices Behavior Reflection Sheets


* Open the preview for more details! *

Grades: , , , , ,
File Formats: , ,


These Restorative Practices or Restorative Justice behavior reflection sheets are for students to use when they have broken a rule or failed to meet a school expectation. It is particularly powerful when someone else was harmed due to their actions. It’s perfect when the teacher/administrator/dean doesn’t have time in the moment to have a discussion with the student but can talk through the sheet with them later. They are also great for students who have trouble thinking when they’re in the ‘hot seat’ and do better processing alone with a think sheet first.

This resource includes:

• Choices/Behavior Reflection Think Sheet in three differentiated developmental options: visual, selected response, and fill-in-the blank

• Two examples of completed sheets for each type

• Slideshow for teaching students how to use the think sheets

• Scaffolding instructions to help students complete the forms independently

• Apology/restitution note forms

• I-message note form

• Restorative conference questions (in elementary friendly terms) lanyard cards

• Restorative conference questions and de-escalation script in front/back poster reminder


Glowing Praise for This Resource

Fantastic resource for data collection! These were very helpful for me, a special ed teacher, to use for tracking behavior/objectives… “ – Rachel Pratt

“Hands down the best resource I have ever gotten off of TPT!..I have seen a huge improvement on behaviors and my relationship with my students!”-LeadingWithHeart

Open the preview for more details!


Loader Loading...
EAD Logo Taking too long?

Reload Reload document
| Open Open in new tab

Also Included In

Click below to save 20% by buying this resource bundled with restorative practices circle questions and prompts!

What others are saying...

“These have been really helpful in the classroom. I like that they are differentiated and that I can still use the resource even if my grade-level changes. I appreciate the ideas under each heading – it helps my students think about behavior and consequences and it has clear communication for them (and their parents) to understand what happened. Thank you!”

“These are a great addition to our “restorative justice” program! The book was great, there are posters, plenty of visuals and varying graphic organizers for reflection/debrief!”

“I really like the variety of think sheets in this pack, accessible for students of different ages or at different levels of reading/writing. I really liked the presentation that was provided. It was great to walk through the process with the class so that they would understand how to reflect on their own. A really good resource”