Student Rewards

Recognize deserving students with these motivators, incentives, rewards, awards, and certificates. This board includes behavior management ideas for your classroom.

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Student Rewards

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The Psychology of Performance. Interesting.

The Psychology of Performance

star student printable

Made for 1st Grade: Free For All Friday

Recognize effort and progress. These Good News Notes are a special education freebie. Send home these behavior notes to recognize a skill or behavior a student is working on.

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  • Julie Velez
    Julie Velez

    Quick and effective way to send a praise note home my student.

golden spatula award for good lunch room behavior-- positive behavior reinforcement idea for the cafeteria

What Happens in 2nd Grade...: Golden Spatula

Create Your Own Award with Vocabulary! A fun and uplifting activity that aligns with the Common Core Standards! #edchat #engchat #Vocabulary #lessonplan #CCSS #commoncore #ELA #Writing

Vocabulary Activity: Create Your Own Award with Vocabulary

Super Bowl? How about a Behavior Bowl? All students can participate

Football Behavior Program

Testing Treats free printable + instructions

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This desk fairy award will reward those students that keep a tidy desk. #TpT #freebie

Elementary Discoveries

"Caught Being Good" -- classroom management subbing freebie from

Sub Hub: Back to School Blog Hunt: Day 8, Subbing Freebies
  • Trinity Long
    Trinity Long

    I meant these printables are awesome!

Free Happy Dance Certificate Available in PDF from devotedtovocabula... #freebie

Word Detectives

Creative incentives. #freebie

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  • Diny Naus
    Diny Naus

    gonna use this!

  • yasmin shaikh
    yasmin shaikh

    really nice

Happy Notes Freebie From TEACH123 - If you find more of your day spent resolving conflicts than teaching then it's time to break out the happy notes. It sounds counterintuitive, but I've seen it change the attitude of my students year after year so I know it works. For a small investment of time, you can have a positive climate in your classroom.

Happy Notes for You

Free end-of-the-year award certificate template from Sub Hub.

Sub Hub: Let the Celebrations Begin

Free "Terrific Tickets" for a Class Raffle! -- Behavior incentives for the end-of-the-school year or year-round.

Fluttering Through First Grade
  • Kymberly Kempiak
    Kymberly Kempiak

    I can't find a way to directly grab this page. When you click on it, it takes you to the most recent post on the wall blog. Can you please help?

  • Sharon Johnson
    Sharon Johnson

    I was wondering the same thing.

Good Citizen Certificate Type the deserving student's name in the highlighted fields before printing the PDF.

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Reward students for outstanding work with this Star Performer certificate. You can type the student's name on the certificate before printing it.

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Free End-of-the-Year Award Certificates! www.theorganizedc...

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Easily adaptable for your classroom -- reward students with things they get to do instead of things they get to have. Write a reward on each ball. Have a deserving student reach in to the container to grab a ball, revealing their reward.

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"Blow that test away!" testing treat

"Sweet" Relief from Standardized Testing

101 ways to praise a child -- helpful for report card and progress report comments too!

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Too cute! As a class incentive: whenever the class does something that gives the teacher a "warm fuzzy" add a craft pom to the basket. After filling the basket with a set number (10) of poms ahem... warm fuzzies, the class gets a reward.

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inexpensive classroom reward ideas (free printable download)

50 Classroom Reward Ideas That Don't Cost A Lot of Money

Nice notes to send home with students. This freebie includes 7 different themes and 28 different notes in all! One complete set focuses on passing reading stories and one complete set can be used to celebrate any success or goal!

FREE! Nice Notes! Positive Notes for Students!

The class compliment chain. This is a way to reward the whole class for compliments they receive from other teachers (walking in the halls, when teachers come by my room to ask a question, at lunch...)

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  • Carolina Figueroa
    Carolina Figueroa

    I've done this! It totally works! Once the chain reaches a certain place the students can have a compliment party, and they choose the theme!

Students work as a class to earn parts for Mr. Potato Head. They earn a class party when he gets put together.

2nd Grade Rocks!: Parts may come and go!