365 reasons why I love you jar. Both have their own jar and write once a day one thing they love about the other. On their anniversary/birthday/valentine's day/christmas/whatever the occasion, open the jar and read what the other person wrote
A "compliments jar" made for me by my teen. First compliment, "I find you to be a fountain of inspiration". Sweetest thing ever! Sniff sniff. #elevatetheeveryday #shuttersisters #ourcollectivelife (@traceyclark RSS
Adventures in Room Monday Made it! I love the defined expectations. modification- have outlined circles on the jar where we can place the magnets. Otherwise, I can just hear the debate now of whether or not the jar is full!
compliment jar, as your class receives compliments in the hall, lunchroom, library, etc. they get to place a colorful cotton ball in the jar. When they fill up the jar they get a class reward. Love this idea to encourage positive behavior
Task 1 - Shaping Behavior I would use this system because it "compliments" the student on the desired behavior. I like that they are complimented for what the do correctly and that once they get so many stars they can trade them in for a prize.
The Happiness Jar - Transform the Next Year One Moment at a Time
10 tips against low selfesteem. Low self-esteem is related to many issues such poor self-image. It discourages productivity and hampers action. It is also responsible for “chronic” unhappiness. Here are some no-nonsense tips to deal with low self-esteem.