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A simple list of classroom reward ideas which can be use as a positive reinforcement aide in the classroom....

FREEBIE Fun and FREE monster-themed coupons to reward your students for positive behavior :).This title is also included in my Monster-Themed Classroom... hmmm, something for my students of the week?

like the idea that kids can clip up and down...they can always turn it around.

I rarely provide specific rewards to students but sometimes I like to surprise them with a little something to celebrate their hard work or good ch...

Rules and Behavior: Don't use Time-outs, instead have a "Safe Spot" to help them understand and regulate their emotions, instead of punishing the child for making poor choices. Teach the child how to solve problems and make better choices.

this blog has lots of good ideas for your classroom

We do this in my classroom...the students love to "clip up" and I try to catch them doing something good after the have to "clip down" so they can feel good about their positive choices

I have Stop signs, but this will hold the students accountable for their behavior! If they don't know what they were doing then I will probably need to refresh them on the rules!

This is an AWESOME way to reward good behavior without having a "treasure chest" full of little trinkets. :)

Possibly something to modify to keep track of behavior in class.

I'm going to adapt this behavior chart for home use. Awesome.