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One of our favorite whole group classroom management games is "Behavior Bingo." I attach the bingo card on my whiteboard. In the beginning of the year, I like to use the board with only 25 numbers. As the year progresses, I print the "Behavior Bingo" hundreds board poster size. Then, I watch for good choices!


Behavior Bingo is a fun behavior incentive for your class! Each time students are following the classroom expectations they earn a number to mark off on the bingo board. If they get a whole row filled in, they win their reward.Students are highly motivated to earn numbers.

Behavior BINGO. setting this up THIS WEEK! Large 100 chart for the classroom, class rewards when they get BINGO. Earn 1 sticker for perfect class attendance and no tardies, or for good behavior in the hallway, etc. 2 stickers for a compliment, etc. Teacher keeps # 1-100 in a bucket and draws out when they earn a sticker, so they never know which numbers will be covered yet.

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or whole class behavior, we love Behavior BINGO! It's a great way to encourage great behavior choices and practice essential math skills as well. Students can earn numbers for hallway behavior, encore class behavior (music, art, PE, library, computer lab), cafeteria behavior, etc. Once we earn 10 in a row--it's BINGO! Students vote on our reward during weekly class meetings.


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I made these into reward balls. I had the kids pick rewards, then I wrote a reward on each ball. At the start of each day the kids pick a ball and work towards that goal with good behavior! Great for my son with ADHD!