Good Behavior Scores...students fill out balls for other students who are showing good behavior. All of the behavior balls are read at the end of each day and then put in the goal. We set a class goal to fill the entire goal for a class reward (usually takes a month or two).
Catch ‘em being good! Here’s a simple yet meaningful reward system with a rockin’ theme sure to get the attention of your students this year! This resource includes cards to reward eight ways to be a Rock Star student every day in class. Students collect the cards, and can win a VIP invitation to an award celebration.$
give paint swatches to students to use as bookmarks. when they complete a book, they get a color hole-punched. use as a goal setter: aim to read that many books per month, get a reward when it's filled up, etc.
Behavior Management Pencil Stickers - Motivational Sayings and Fun Characters: Your students will be on their best behavior in order to earn these fun and motivational pencil flag stickers. Incorporate them into your behavior management system and award them to students who try their best to follow class rules and be a good student. By Pink Cat Studio
Classroom Coupons. These could be very useful to students because we learned in our Behavioral Management class that many students act out because they are seeking attention. This is a way to give positive attention to students (not necessarily only disruptive students). Can give students a sense of purpose and and extra confidence in the classroom. Great rewards for good behavior. ~Amanda Gray
Incentives for Middle School and High School Students is a great behavioral management system. Students are able to earn reward incentives through their kinds deeds, actions, and performance in class. This is great for those students who need a little incentive to get busy on an assignment or who need a little praise for effort. These are great for students in grades 6-12! My students love them! $