Punch Cards for Positive Behavior - Each student gets a punch card, and when the teacher sees students with exemplerary behavior, they get a punch. When the punchcard is full, the student gets a reward.
Classroom rewards don’t have to cost a lot of money Reward coupons for the classroom focus on rewarding students with privileges that make them feel special. Throw away that treasure box! Students will thrive on the positivity and choices t
During whole group I can move stick FOR student and won't have to explain 'why?', thus interrupting the lesson. Because of the color-coded charts, kids will KNOW! During independent work/stations/Free time, students can move their own stick. LOVE THIS!
If a student gets on pink, they get to put a jewel on his/her clothespin and they get a "pink note" to take home and show off to their families! To keep track of my students' daily behaviors, I've created a binder with these weekly recording sheets.
I like this idea but for older kids and since I want my students in groups have them earn group points and then who ever has the most group points gets to put a marble in the jar for the class reward (five points equals one marble).