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  • Juliana Jenkins Gaciarek

    Gem Jars behavior reward system. I love how this ties in to weekly allowance, including spend, give and save jars!

  • L H

    A behavior system that builds on the positive and helps establish routines

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I'm a huge fan of the behavior jar to reward good behavior. Dazzling Deeds - good behavior jars {mama♥miss} ©2012

Chore sticks. I did something like this and it works like a charm. The boys use it as a competition to see who gets more sticks in the done jar everyday.

Chore Sticks - would also work well for practicing different techniques in music lessons

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behavior management system for children at home. rewarding BOTH positive behavior and catching the negative behavior.

gems in a jar-rewards for good behavior, 10 gets a prize (cheap, $1 section stuff)... really thinking this might help, but I would think of different things as the rewards, like computer or video game minutes, staying up 10 minutes later at bedtime...

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Great idea for hard to teach behaviors such as emotional regulation, deescalating anxiety, resolving a conflict, etc. I would not use this type of token economy to reinforce easy expected behaviors such as manners and hygiene. I wouldn't want the boys to start "being good" to earn a reward.

chore charts...The kids painted their own chore charts and we added a painted clothespin in the bottom right hand corner to clip notes or money to. The girls also added a flower to the top.