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Classroom Economy System {Middle School}

This classroom economy system allows students to have a hands-on way to learn personal financial literacy concepts. This is aligned with TEKS 6.14b, 6.14c, 7.13a, 7.13b, 7.13e, 7.13f, 8.12b, 8.12c, 8.12d, 8.12e. How is your classroom economy system different from others? My classroom economy system is designed with the teacher in mind.

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Using Class Dojo with a Classroom Economy System

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Reward system that kids LOVE!

STAR Bucks in the classroom? You bet! Star Bucks are fun and easy classroom economy system that kids love. Unique teaching idea that reinforces place value. Great for behavior, homework, and participation. Perfect for the home too!


Managing a Classroom Economy that is Super Simple!

Hello! It's Jamie from Not So Wimpy Teacher ! I am excited to share some simple strategies for making a classroom economy work in your cl...

Classroom Economy: this wld be a cute idea. Start the year off each kiddo gets $50 or $100. They can earn more money throughout the year, but also have to pay for breaking rules: no homework, no name on paper, bullying, etc.


Image displaying the seven components of a token economy described by Miltenberger 2008. More

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Classroom Economy Fines, Bonuses, and Job Poster

These are very simple, cute, and effective posters to use with the Classroom Economy Program or to use with any similar program of your own. These posters will