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    • Melinda Vandevort

      Class reward ideas that cost little or money

    • Sarah Miller

      Classroom Ideas / Classroom rewards

    • Andrea H

      A simple list of classroom reward ideas which can be used as a positive reinforcement aide in the classroom. (free on Teachers Pay Teachers)

    • Linda Cossel

      CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: classroom rewards

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