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    Love this idea of using Vista Print business cards as classroom rewards/punch cards!!

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    • Char Collinge

      Classroom management using Vista print punch cards. A predetermined amount of punches for wanted behaviors results in reward certificates.

    • Danielle Ivie Rohrbeck

      Pinteresting Idea! Loyalty Cards from Vista Print used as "Reward Cards" also teacher "business cards" The Learning Effect: VistaPrint

    • Bronte Cenine

      using Vista print for classroom rewards cards... love the idea, think I might make something like this myself with cardstock

    • Ashley Denise

      Love the spelling test 100% punchcard! Gotta love vistaprint! Really cute idea. Maybe a punch card for the 5 paragraphs of the creed?

    • Kafi Hill

      Pinteresting Idea! Loyalty Cards from Vista Print used as "Reward Cards" The Learning Effect: VistaPrint Especially love the spelling test reward card.

    • Tracy Niccum

      Love the spelling test 100% punchcard! Could make other punch card incentives too! Really cute idea

    • Karina Gomez

      Love this idea of using Vista Print business cards as classroom rewards / punch cards!

    • Terry Schneider

      Love the spelling test 100% punch card! Gotta love Vista Print! Really cute idea.

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