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Classroom coupon reward system with 40 different coupon rewards for classroom management by Proud to be Primary. Save tons of money and create a great incentive for children to behave and earn coupons!

Class Reward Coupons

Classroom coupon reward system with 40 different coupon rewards for classroom management by Proud to be Primary. Save tons of money and create a great incentive for children to behave and earn coupons!

"I think most teachers would prefer a world where all students were intrinsically motivated, but it just isn't an everyday reality," says Storie Belden.

Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank

"I think most teachers would prefer a world where all students were intrinsically motivated, but it just isn't an everyday reality," says Storie Belden.

Tired of spending money on a treasure box for classroom rewards? Revolutionize your classroom management with reward coupons! Reward coupons for the classroom will reward students with privileges instead of things. Students will love having choices that a fresh and engaging, and you will love that you don’t have to spend money. Get started today!

Classroom Rewards that Won't Cost You a Penny!

Tired of spending money on a treasure box for classroom rewards? Revolutionize your classroom management with reward coupons! Reward coupons for the classroom will reward students with privileges instead of things. Students will love having choices that a fresh and engaging, and you will love that you don’t have to spend money. Get started today!

Three different strategies together....Falling Star from Mrs. Bonds Fantastic 1st Graders & sunnydaysinsecondgrade.blogspot.com and from the class teacher who uses Star Cards.  The idea is that they earn 5 star cards (shooting star) to choose a prize from the prize box- existing reward system; 10 stars (great work) to achieve a commendation; time in at break time (I can do better) talking/lines if necessary; Parent contact (Make better choices).  This utilises the schools current system…

Three different strategies together....Falling Star from Mrs. Bonds Fantastic 1st Graders & sunnydaysinsecondgrade.blogspot.com and from the class teacher who uses Star Cards. The idea is that they earn 5 star cards (shooting star) to choose a prize from the prize box- existing reward system; 10 stars (great work) to achieve a commendation; time in at break time (I can do better) talking/lines if necessary; Parent contact (Make better choices). This utilises the schools current system…

Chatty class? Blurt beans will save your sanity! Complete directions for how to implement this positive behavior management system in your class tomorrow!

Chatty class? Blurt beans will save your sanity! Complete directions for how to implement this positive behavior management system in your class tomorrow!

What I Have Learned ~ Here are four strategies for behavior management that you can add to your toolkit.

4 Strategies for Your Behavior Toolkit

What I Have Learned ~ Here are four strategies for behavior management that you can add to your toolkit.

My new freebie! It gets the whole group behaving, tables groups working together, and even rewards kids individually! Swoon!

My new freebie! It gets the whole group behaving, tables groups working together, and even rewards kids individually! Swoon!

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food - Perfect for goal setting and PBIS schools. I LOVE idea #7!

20 Positive Behavior Rewards that Aren't Food

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.