Toy Story Party Game: The Claw.  Fill paper-covered box with toy prizes for the kiddos to fish out with a claw grabber.

Toy Story Party Game: The Claw. Fill paper-covered box with toy prizes for the kiddos to fish out with a claw grabber. For fish program!

We're doing the clip chart next year!  Something interesting to think about as far as rewards are considered...

each drawer can be marked with an amount. They need to earn that amount in class cash to "buy" something in that drawer. Could include certificates for dress down days, homework passes, etc.

“Whooo’s been good” is a little surprise jar that we have in our house for when I catch the kids doing something unexpected and totally awesome! aspottedpony.com

“Whooo’s been good” is a little surprise jar .maybe use as a punch card reward.when you get 5 punches you get a prize! Not sure if the candy in this jar is good.

Cheap Mama Chick: Fun, Affordable Prize Box Ideas (Great for Home or School)

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Stories By Storie: Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank

Classroom Rewards That Won’t Break the Bank

"I think most teachers would prefer a world where all students were intrinsically motivated, but it just isn't an everyday reality," says Storie Belden.

Behavior Reward System!  So many awesome ideas to motivate students!

A behavior reward system that might be possible to do in a home learning environment. Students earn tickets during the week and trade them in for prizes according to the number of tickets they earned.

Three different strategies together....Falling Star from Mrs. Bonds Fantastic 1st Graders & sunnydaysinsecondgrade.blogspot.com and from the class teacher who uses Star Cards.  The idea is that they earn 5 star cards (shooting star) to choose a prize from the prize box- existing reward system; 10 stars (great work) to achieve a commendation; time in at break time (I can do better) talking/lines if necessary; Parent contact (Make better choices).  This utilises the schools current system…

At the beginning of every lesson, students begin on the 'Ready to learn' level. Throughout the lesson, students move to different levels when they demonstrate good/bad behaviour.

Do It Yourself - Prize Box! This freebie contains: -a detailed description of where you can buy the EXACT same materials to make your own replica of Subsavvy's prize box and prize sticks! (prices included!) -how they are implemented in the classroom -easy tips on finding little to no cost prizes!

Do It Yourself - Prize Box! This freebie contains: -a detailed description of where you can buy the EXACT same materials to make your own replica of Subsavvy's prize box and prize sticks! (prices included!) -how they are implemented in the classroom -easy tips on finding little to no cost prizes!

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