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SO cute! good for a whole class award... could even provide other teachers/staff with some ladybug stickers that they can give to class if they see good behavior in hallways/assemblies/lunchroom etc... @Magan Blasig Blasig Blasig Holt

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Motivational Marble for students - absolutely LOVE this idea!

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Eat lunch in the classroom Extra PE time Extra recess time No homework for the night A day with no desks or chairs Mrs. Glasmann shows us her 6th grade picture (Where do they come up with this stuff?) Play a class game Rearrange desks however students want (This came with the stipulation that I can move them back any time I'd like.) Bring a drink and snack to school Movie morning with popcorn

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Twinkl Resources >> Note FromTeacher Super Reader >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, KS1, KS2 and beyond! teachers note, super reader, reading, award, reward, celebration, super pupil

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Another Dojo certificate for highest points. Might also be cool to make one for most improved (percentage-wise) from one week to the next. The teacher would not need to track this; students can find their own percentages by week on their student accounts, and they'd need to inform the teacher of their improvement/difference from one week to the next.

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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!

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for WordPress Content Management System, go to http://yugenelee.com/ webdesign inspiration www.niceoneilike.com

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Are you looking for an EASY and EFFECTIVE BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT system that your students will enjoy? BAMS are a great way to motivate and praise your students. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Classroom Management Tool: Fill Up the Jar

This classroom management tool can be used in many different ways. Students can earn marbles throughout the day to earn different kinds of rewards. I have included 8 different marble amounts and 13 reward cards. Set a goal for how many marbles the class can earn. I like to give my students three options for their reward and the students can vote for what one they like best! Once you have reached your goal, start all over with a new marble amount and reward!

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from Teaching in the Fast Lane

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!

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