Digibots The Digibots Corporation address inappropriate behaviors in the classroom for school-aged kids, mainly Elementary Schools right now.

Issues like: Name-calling, cheating, tardiness, disturbing others' property, wandering around the classroom,
turning attention away from the teacher, temper tantrums, fighting, inappropriate tasks during lessons,
speaking without raising your hand to be recognized, and uncontrollable laughter.

Inappropriate behaviors in the classroom are the leading cause why classroom instruction does not occur.
Meet Digibot Teacher and all of the students: Kelsey, Jason, Lisa, Lee, Hong, and Shelby.

* Get your Digibots behavioral program today!
   Home » Curriculums » My Account | Cart Contents | Checkout   
Quick Find
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
About Us
Press Release
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use

Site Map
Order Tracking
Contact Us

Digibots Curriculum I
Digibots Curriculum I
Click to enlarge

Item Options:
Enter Quantity
Digibots Curriculum I - Add to del.icio.us Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Digg Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Yahoo myWeb Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Spurl Digibots Curriculum I - Add to furl Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Ask Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Squidoo Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Simpy Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Reddit Digibots Curriculum I - Share with facebook Digibots Curriculum I - Add to Google Bookmark


The Digibots Classroom Adventures I addresses name-calling, tardiness, and sharing. This Digibots Classroom Adventures behavioral  curriculum I meet state and national standards - (K-3).

* Digibots Classroom Adventures book included with each curriculum (K-3)


More Info




Your Cart
0 items
NotificationsNotify me of updates to Digibots Curriculum I
Whats New?
Digibots Classroom Adventures IV
Digibots Classroom Adventures IV
Tell A Friend
Tell someone you know about this product.

Copyright © 2018 Digibots Corporation
vcCommerce shopping cart solutions by: Virtual Design Media