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    • Mrs. Chase

      Classroom Management: Warm Fuzzy Jar! When students are caught being kind they get a "warm fuzzy" to put in the jar. When the jar is full have a class party!

    • Dinah Smith

      Second grade teacher Katrina Paul shared this Warm Fuzzy Jar on her A Love for Teaching blog. What a fun and colorful way of measuring progress towards a class reward for kind, positive behaviors!

    • Mindy Danielewski

      Warm Fuzzy Jar! When students are caught being kind they get a "warm fuzzy" to put in the jar. When the jar is full have a class party! doing this instead of marble jar this year

    • Kelsey Beurskens

      classroom ideas for behavior management - Warm fuzzy jar!

    • Amanda Cunningham

      Warm Fuzzy Jar! When my kids are caught being kind to eachother they get a "warm fuzzy" to put in their allowance jar. They can cash them in for an ice cream outing or other special things. Great for teachers too- when the jar is full have a class party!

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