Gem Jar whole class reward system. When whole class does something remarkable, I put a gem in the jar. Image fro, google, laminated and stuck on whiteboard. Gems from cheap shop, magnet tape on the back

Gem Jar whole class reward system. When whole class does something remarkable, I put a gem in the jar. Image fro, google, laminated and stuck on whiteboard. Gems from cheap shop, magnet tape on the back

Cupcake class reward system. When the class reaches the top of the cake stand they can earn a reward.

Cupcake class reward system. When the class reaches the top of the cake stand they can earn a reward.

Class reward jar that has different levels so kids stay motivated to get to the top - lots of fun ideas for behavior management on this post

Class reward jar that has different levels so kids stay motivated to get to the top - lots of fun ideas for behavior management on this post

Need a quick effective classroom management fix?! Try a V.I.P. table! This post has everything you need for your classroom!

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Need a quick effective classroom management fix?! Try a V.I.P. table! This post has everything you need for your classroom!

Whole Class Reward, once the tray is full of brownies, they pick a reward from a mystery bag - creative!

Whole Class Reward, once the tray is full of brownies, they pick a reward from a mystery bag - creative!

Motivation #2: Class Dojo. Set up a reward dollar system to motivate students to read more. Any time a students reads a book give them $10. When a student willingly reads in class reward the effort with $5. Keep track of how much money students have and assign a tangible item to each $10 amount. For example: $20 for a trip to the treasure box. Also keep track of who are your reading leaders each week and put their name (or picture if possible on the board as well as a certificate.

Motivation #2: Class Dojo. Set up a reward dollar system to motivate students to read more. Any time a students reads a book give them $10. When a student willingly reads in class reward the effort with $5. Keep track of how much money students have and assign a tangible item to each $10 amount. For example: $20 for a trip to the treasure box. Also keep track of who are your reading leaders each week and put their name (or picture if possible on the board as well as a certificate.

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