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  1. Following Activity Rules
    The child for the duration of an interval has not lost any points for violating activity rules
  2. Good Sportsmanship
    • The child for the duration of an interval 
    • 1) has not lost any points for sportsmanship and
    • 2) has not been in time-out for any part of the interval
  3. Behavior Bonus
    • The child for the duration of an interval 
    • 1) has not lost points for any negative point system behaviors with the exception of Violating Activity Rules and Poor Sportsmanship and 
    • 2) has not been in time out for any part of the interval
  4. Attention
    The child demonstrates that he or she has been paying attention to the ongoing activity by being able to answer correctly (w/in 5 sec) a staff member's question about the ongoing activity.
  5. Compliance
    A child exhibits within 10 sec a behavior that has been specified in a command issued by a staff member
  6. Helping
    • The child voluntarily provides assistance to a peer or staff member that:
    •  1. is relevant activity,
    •  2. does not disrupt the activity, 
    •  3. does not meet  the criteria of the negative behavior category
    •  4. and is accepted
  7. Sharing
    • The child voluntarily provides possessions, privileges, or materials (personal or temporarily assigned) to a peer or staff member that:
    •  1. are relevant activity,
    •  2. do not disrupt the activity, 
    •  3. do not meet  the criteria of the negative behavior category
    •  4. and are accepted
  8. Contributing to a discussion
    The child provides a task-related, non-redundant statement to a group discussion. Contributions may be prompted by a staff member but may not meet criteria for any negative verbal category
  9. Ignoring (anything negative)
    The child shows no observable negative response to any verbal or nonverbal behavior from another child that would typically elicit annoyance or distress from the recipient
  10. Responding Assertively
    The child responds to any verbal or nonverbal behavior from another child that would typically elicit annoyance or distress from the recipient in an appropriate manner. The appropriateness of the response should be determined by the staff member who observed the interaction
  11. Not following the rules
    The child violates rules specific to a particular activity, game, or drill
  12. Poor Sportsmanship
    • The child during a game or skill drill:
    •   1. doesn't participate
    •   2. plays another person's position or hogs the ball
    •   3. brags about individual, peer, or team performance
    •   4. complains about any part of the game (self, peer, team, equipment)
    •   5. cheats or attempts to cheat
    •   6. doesn't share equipment
    •   7. uses equipment inappropriately
    •   8. or looses points for Intentional Aggression, lying, disrespect to staff, name calling/ teasing, or cursing/swearing.
    • Games and skill drills include the portion of a rec period between the end of the preactivity discussion and the end of the game or drill
  13. Intentional Aggression
    • The child apparently intentionally preforms a physical behavior that:
    •   1. would typically result in pain or injury to another, or
    •   2. inappropriately restricts freedom of movement. 
    • Intent to preform the behavior is determined by the staff member who observed the behavior.
  14. Threatened Aggression
    • The child exhibits any verbal or nonverbal behavior that threatens to:
    •   1. result in pain or injury to another or
    •   2. inappropriately restrict freedom of movement
  15. Unintentional Aggression
    • The child apparently unintentionally preforms a physical behavior that:
    •   1. would typically result in pain or injury to another, or
    •   2. inappropriately restricts freedom of movement. 
    • Intent to preform the behavior is determined by the staff member who observed the behavior.
  16. Intentional Destruction of Property
    • The child apparently intentionally preforms a physical behavior that :
    •   1. destroys an object
    •   2. damages or changes an object such that the value or use is reduced at least temporarily.
    • Intent to preform the behavior is determined by the staff member who observed the behavior.
  17. Unintentional Destruction of Property
    • The child apparently unintentionally preforms a physical behavior that :
    •   1. destroys an object
    •   2. damages or changes an object such that the value or use is reduced at least temporarily.
    • Intent to preform the behavior is determined by the staff member who observed the behavior.
  18. Noncompliance
    The child when given a command fails to meet the criteria for compliance
  19. Repeated Noncompliance
    The child when given a repeated command fails to meet the criteria for compliance
  20. Taking without Permission
    The child has possession of an object that belongs to another person without prior permission from the owner of the object
  21. Leaving the Activity area without Permission
    The child leaves the area designated for an activity without permission from a staff member.
  22. Lying
    The child reports an event occurring in the program setting that a staff member knows or suspects to be untrue.
  23. Disrespect to Adults
    The child directs a negative communication towards a staff member, who can see or hear it. This would consist of any verbal or nonverbal behavior that would typically elicit annoyance or distress from the intended recipient.
  24. Name Calling / Teasing
    The child directs a negative communication towards peers (one or more), who can see or hear it. This would consist of any verbal or nonverbal behavior that would typically elicit annoyance or distress from the intended recipient.
  25. Cursing/ Swearing
    The child exhibits any verbal or nonverbal behavior that would typically be regarded as profane and that is not directed toward an individual who can see or hear it.
  26. Inappropriate Behavior
    The child exhibits any verbal or nonverbal behavior that would typically be regarded as obscene, offensive, or unacceptable that is not directed at an individual who can see or hear it.
  27. Interruption
    The child exhibits any verbal or nonverbal behavior (with or without meaning) that intrudes into the activity. In a group setting (3+ people), behaviors are intrusive if they would typically result in 2 or more people other than the child engaging in behaviors that are incompatible with the ongoing activity.
  28. Complaining / Whining
    The child exhibits any verbal or nonverbal behavior that inappropriately expresses discomfort, dissatisfaction, or resentment.

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