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  • Anisa Garza

    You could pass out tickets everyday and do a drawing if 2 kids did each of your classes for your positive behavior incentive...just a thought. "Caught Ya"- Positive Reinforcement; Have monthly drawings for a special treat

  • Haleigh Bloomfield

    Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. Great way to focus on, and reward, positive behavior!

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Positive Reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in the bowl every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. Nice reminder for mom to notice good behavior and acknowledge it!

Reward good behavior instead of punishing for bad all the time. Each time you catch them being good put a cotton ball in the jar, when it's full do something fun or they get a treat or prize.

101 Ways to Praise a Child - If your child puts their plate in the sink - make a big deal about it! If they get dressed and you notice they have matching socks on tell them they rock! Did they use abnormally great handwriting - tell them! You want to encourage these positive behaviors. The more you encourage them the more your child will want to do them.

This is something we do often in our home. Whenever we ask a child to do something and he or she responds with "I'd love to!" then a pom pom goes in the jar. When it's full, we go out for frozen yogurt. We don't do it ALL the time, but it's an investment in a habit that has resulted in sweet responses (even without the yogurt). -April

Classroom Freebies: Monster Themed Behavior Coupons. Awesome instead-of-candy treats

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Perfect for chores! Blue door hanger instead of pink. When I was young, my mom used to leave lists on the table during the summer of things she wanted me to do while she was at work. This is a brilliant way to do that for multiple children. Maybe use plastic clothes pins, or something so I can reuse them for multiple things

Cute Kid Reward Jar Labels! By focusing on kid’s positive behaviors, you will encourage them to repeat these behaviors.

My Delicious Ambiguity: Positive Reinforcement For Young Kids (Warm Fuzzies in a jar!) :)

LOVE THIS ---> “This is The Warm Fuzzy Jar,” - Whenever you do something helpful or kind, you place a pom-pom ball in your jar because kind and helpful acts make people feel good, like a warm fuzzy. | HandsFreeMama.com

  • Jennifer Campbell

    so sweet...my 4 year old will love this because she loves to help others...

  • mary cacchillo

    My grade level partner used this and tweaked it a bit helpful strategy for encouraging good behavior.l