This is what I came up with to help me remember which students owe me a minute or two for Whole Brain Teaching Rule Practice.
It is a picture frame so I can use a whiteboard marker each day. The numbers represent the class student numbers. This way it can be used each year, since it doesn't have names on it, AND it promotes confidentiality in case of walk-throughs or guests. I have it in the corner of my whiteboard, attached with magnets.
Inside is 2 sheets of computer paper, (you could use tagboard, etc.) zebra-striped ribbon, marker, magnets, and puffy letters, all bought at Hobby Lobby. You could probably make this completely with things you already have, but I wanted to match my animal print themed classroom.
This is working very well with our procedures. Our state does not allow students to miss recess, so they have to practice their rules for me while we are outside. They can walk back and forth near me while practicing. This work better than the little slips of paper as reminders to practice a rule for a minute.
I just look at it before we go out for recess and the kids cooperate!
Could this work for you?