More ideas from rescanes
Class reward jar that has different levels so kids stay motivated to get to the top - lots of fun ideas for behavior management on this post

Class reward jar that has different levels so kids stay motivated to get to the top - lots of fun ideas for behavior management on this post- can do with glass stones

Classroom management

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).

I Caught You Being Good Jar {positive reinforcement} This would be great for traveling, or just at home. They each have their jar and put one in if they are good.

I Caught You Being Good Jar- This would be great for church, traveling, or just at home. Fill the jar up and there will be a BIG surprise at the end. For some kids it may take a few months, for others.not long at all. Even a great thing for Sunday Schoo

Parenting tips! Create enforceable limits by chaining what you say. Less complaining and more cooperation from your kids. This is a great parenting technique based on Love and Logic.

Creating Enforceable Limits for Kids - Heart of Deborah Parenting tips! Create enforceable limits by chaining what you say. Less complaining and more cooperation from your kids. This is a great parenting technique based on Love and Logic.

start where you are. use what you have. do what you can.

start where you are. use what you have. do what you can.

Are you feeling down? Here are easy lists to make to help you be more positive! Go to www.HelloPeacefulMind.com to download the FREE workbook!

Are you feeling down? Here are easy lists to make to help you be more positive! Go to www.HelloPeacefulMind.com to download the FREE workbook!

Why do children speak so much negativity? It is time to teach them words of praise!

100 Ways to praise a child - this would make an interesting assignment for the students - choose those which can be labelled praise and those which can be labelled feedback to help children develop self-regulation skills