Classroom rewards, NO TREASURE BOX

Classroom rewards, NO TREASURE BOX, alternative to class treasure box reward system. Classroom management great idea that saves money too!

Great at any grade level! Cool way to get kids interested in writing or recording information. Use with any subject or task.

Love this "graffiti" wall idea- roll of butcher paper that can be spur of the moment chart paper, for lessons or for centers/group work!

Dr. Jean's tricks for when "Shhhh!" does not work.  These are great! And other classroom management ideas

Jean's tricks for when "Shhhh!" does not work. And other classroom management ideas. Jean helped me work wonders for kindergarten and my graders enjoyed some of the learning songs too.

Wow!  This is awesome!

Unlike the stop signs, 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!

A bunch of fun timers for the classroom. Maybe this will speed up the clean-up process

Timers aren't just for elementary school anymore; these fun timers keep them on task! A bunch of fun timers for the classroom

Punch cards can be used to reward good behavior, completing homework, practicing math facts or sight words, etc...>> might work better than the sticker chart, as some kids are taking other kids' stickers!!  Ugh! lol

Behaviour punch cards: At the end of a good day, they get a hole punched in their Behavior Punch Card. After they get 20 hole punches they get to pick out of the prize box! I copy the punch card on colored cardstock and I have my kiddos store them in the

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

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

Super easy classroom management tool!  No more treasure box!  Use a pocket chart to display behavior reward cards. Easy to grab and reward when a student earns one! $$ These are from Jason's Online Classroom and they come with bonus point cards, classroom rewards punch cards AND classroom activity reward cards!  http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Classroom-Management-Bundle-Reward-Cards-Punch-Cards-Bonus-Points-Cards-667217

Reward Coupons, Bonus Points & Punch Cards for Classroom Management

No more treasure box! Use a pocket chart to display behavior reward cards. Easy to grab and reward when a student earns one! I'll create my own!

Pinterest
Search