Prize box confessions and 32 ideas for free or cheap class reward ideas from UsingMyTeacherVoice

prize box confessions and free class reward ideas

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prize box confessions and free class reward ideas

Expensive prize box maintenance, complex class rewards systems, and the management of brag tags are not my jam. Creating a classroom economy system that helps students practice money management, focuses on job responsibilities, and rewards students in mea

A Classroom Economy Students & Teachers Love

Expensive prize box maintenance, complex class rewards systems, and the management of brag tags are not my jam. Creating a classroom economy system that helps students practice money management, focuses on job responsibilities, and rewards students in mea

Save money on ink and try this strategy on how to use and re-use reward coupons year after year without breaking the bank. No more prize boxes or lost coupons. Students will love this way to save their coupons. Watch the video and learn all about it! #rewardcoupons #behaviormanagement #teachervlog

Save money on ink and try this strategy on how to use and re-use reward coupons year after year without breaking the bank. No more prize boxes or lost coupons. Students will love this way to save their coupons. Watch the video and learn all about it! #rewardcoupons #behaviormanagement #teachervlog

Camping Themed Behavior Management Bulletin Board Idea

We couldn& resist this sweet little camping themed behavior management display. How fun are the fireflies? While some groups of students never need the added incentive, for those classrooms that.

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!

I like this idea! Punch cards can be used to reward good behavior, completing homework, practicing math facts or sight words, etc...

like the punch card not the treasure box. perhaps once it's punched out they earn "constructive free time choice" Behavior punch card, for every good thing they do you punch a number out. When all twenty are punched out they go to the treasure box.

Hiya, this pack includes a student certificate, tokens to give out for points (in cases where the IWB can't be accessed immediately you can give the token so they can trade them for a point later on), reward selector cards (such as use the teachers chair for a class or choose a reward from the prize box) and a little card to put on the students desk or as a necklace to say that they were the class champion the previous week. All are decorated with the Class Dojo Avatars.

Hiya, this pack includes a student certificate, tokens to give out for points (in cases where the IWB can't be accessed immediately you can give the token so they can trade them for a point later on), reward selector cards (such as use the teachers chair

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.

Expensive prize box maintenance, complex class rewards systems, and the management of brag tags are not my jam. Creating a classroom economy system that helps students practice money management, focuses on job responsibilities, and rewards students in mea

A Classroom Economy Students & Teachers Love

Expensive prize box maintenance, complex class rewards systems, and the management of brag tags are not my jam. Creating a classroom economy system that helps students practice money management, focuses on job responsibilities, and rewards students in mea

Superhero Reward CouponsHere is a fun freebie for your Speech Room!If you are sick and tired of keeping up with your prize box, try reward coupons as an alternative for…

Superhero Reward Coupons Here is a fun freebie for your Speech Room! If you are sick and tired of keeping up with your prize box, try reward coupons as an alternative for motivating your students!

This build-your-own treasure chest is a perfect back-to-school project for teachers and students. Kids will love helping decorate the classroom prize chest, while learning the power of Jesus' love!

This build-your-own treasure chest is a perfect back-to-school project for teachers and students. Kids will love helping decorate the classroom prize chest, while learning the power of Jesus' love!

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