Type: Mammal Diet: Carnivore Average life span in the wild:10 to 12 years Size:Head and body, 26 to 41 in (66 to 104 cm); tail, 4 to 7 in (10 to 18 cm) Weight: 11 to 30 lbs (5 to 14 kg) Did you know?The bobcat is the most abundant wildcat in the U.S. and has the greatest range of all native North American cats.
Brainstorm what Courage, Attitude, Teamwork, and Spirit mean to you.
Bobcat Assemblies I can listen and follow adult directions at all times. I can enter and exit quietly while reporting to assigned areas. I can focus on the presentation and give my full attention. I can clap and respond when appropriate. I can sit facing forward in an upright position and keep my hands and feet to myself. I can use a voice level - 0.
Bobcat Bathroom Breaks I can use the bathroom appropriately. I can wash and dry my hands. I can “do my part” to keep the bathroom clean. http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/35 http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/36 http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/16 http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/17
Bobcat Lunch Den I can wait my turn in line. I can use good manners. I can “do my part” to keep the lunchroom clean. http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/37 http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/38
Bobcat Playground I can use playground equipment correctly. I can keep my hands and feet to myself. I can play well with others.
Bobcat Trail I can STOP at the corners to check for traffic in the hall. I can walk correctly on the red line. I can “do my part” to keep the hallway clean. I can use a voice level 1. I can walk in a single file when I’m with my class. http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/39 http://northernelementarypd.shutterfly.com/pbis/40