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50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

Are student rewards or your treasure box making you go broke? Not anymore! Check out this list of 50 absolutely free student rewards!

Teaching In The Fast Lane: 50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

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.

Classroom Reward Coupons for Positive Behavior Management - Student Incentives

Are you looking for a highly motivating, classroom management system that doesn't cost a fortune? These reward coupons are exactly that! Students earn special privileges for good behavior and you avoid the hassle of constantly filling up that old treasure box. Win-win!My students absolutely LOVE get...

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank (FREEBIE) - If you're looking for…

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank (FREEBIE) - If you're looking for…

Looking for a great classroom management strategy that kids and teachers will love? Classroom reward coupons are the perfect idea for handling behavior in a positive way!

Coupons for Kids: The EFFECTIVE & Free Classroom Management Strategy

Looking for a great classroom management strategy that kids and teachers will love? Classroom reward coupons are the perfect idea for handling behavior in a positive way!

coupon menu for ticket system behavior management classroom

Coupon Reward Ticket Menu Behavior Management

Tired of spending money out of pocket for treats and rewards for your students' good behavior? This rewards menu includes a list of coupons that your students can earn through a ticket system. All you need is a roll of tickets from a office supply store and this download to get started! Just start g...

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!

Reasons to Celebrate! {FREEBIE}...End of the year celebrations FREEBIE!

Reasons to Celebrate! {FREEBIE}

At the end of the school year, we have lots of reasons to celebrate! Read about all of the things and people we celebrate before summer break and grab a freebie!

3rd Grade Fun: Clean Your Desk :)

Clean "Desk Fairy" Tags (freebie)

I use this as much as possible! I leave it on top of clean desks with a special treat, and the boys and girls LOVE it. (font and clipart by djinkers)...

You have been caught being nice

You have been caught being nice

"Wall of champions" post its to demonstrate 80% or higher on assessments

'TWAS THE DAY BEFORE WINTER BREAK....

"Wall of champions" post its to demonstrate 80% or higher on assessments

reward menu

Reward Menus

One of the most difficult parts of behavior plans is finding reinforcers that are effective and long-lasting. Many times I hear in meetings that the behavior plan worked for a couple of weeks, but…

Looking for easy, cheap student birthday gifts or ideas? Try these directions to prepping birthday cups! Fun, affordable, and a special way to celebrate with your kids!

How to Make Birthday Cups

Looking for easy, cheap student birthday gifts or ideas? Try these directions to prepping birthday cups! Fun, affordable, and a special way to celebrate with your kids!

Brag tags would love if my school did this.

The First Grade Parade - marching through a primary world

When we talk about skip counting with our kids, we explain how the numbers “grow”. Before we get too deep into “growing numbers”, we illustrate this concept by talking about growing patterns. Since my kids were having a little trouble understanding the difference between growing and repeating, we practiced the concept every morning {quickly} during our morning meeting and then completed this fun little activity the following week in their math tubs. I gave them a tub full of cardstock…