Class Dojo reward ideas: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing
Great FREE rewards for PBIS/classroom behavior management from Create.: Free Rewards & PBIS---make then use half of hero ticket as tickets
Monster Coupons FREEBIE and Classroom Pack
Classroom Freebies: Monster Themed Behavior Coupons Freebie- Fun ideas for simple and free rewards that students will LOVE!
The Psychology of Performance. These are great concepts that could easily translate to increased student performance.: The Psychology of Performance. These are great concepts that could easily translate to increased student performance.
Warm Fuzzy Jar from A Love for Teaching.we used the warm fuzzy jar differently, but I love this!
Eye Like What I See! Behavior management idea for the class / they add the eyes to a monster and have a goal for a reward? Love how this quietly rewards positive behavior
Qr Code Behavior Coupons - Owl-Themed
Classroom Freebies: Qr Code Behavior Coupons - Owl-Themed, look for wacka word/rhyme games she has made
golden spatula award for good lunch room behavior- i want this for rewarding good behavior in the lunchroom. We already get golden plunger awards for clean classrooms.and the golden shelf elf for library behavior.
Cool way to make groups, or have students scratch off to see correct answer
Students love to be 'caught being good.' This is also a great way for substitute teachers to show not only the regular classroom teacher but the student's parents who earned the praise.
But I could change the ryhme for my missionaries. For when they get their first baptism. "Congrats on the baptism. That's your goal. My bro would love it.
50 Student Rewards That Don’t Cost a Thing
Upper elementary classroom tips and ideas with a focus on classroom management, student engagement, & cooperative learning.
Parent/Teacher Collaboration: An easy way to communicate with parents! Special Education: How to Be a Resource Specialist
These buttons are perfect for positive reinforcement! Directions: Print, cut, and insert in buttons. You can find buttons at any craft store near you! Hand these to your students when they do something outstanding. Their peers and teachers will see their