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This is used for rewards in class. I like the idea of colored ping pong balls with rewards on them. You could spray paint the white ping pong balls.

Put legos in bacterial soap for the boys bathroom - And barbie shoes for the girls!

LEGOs suspended in a liquid soap dispenser. Fun to put out at a LEGO party or everyday use in your kids' bathroom! I'd probably search for a cuter dispenser, maybe more geometrical, but still such a cute idea! Also great for the Hand Sanitizer!

owlss OMG I LOVE this and am not ashamed to use this for high schoolers

“Whooo’s been good” is a little surprise jar .maybe use as a punch card reward.when you get 5 punches you get a prize! Not sure if the candy in this jar is good.

I have never been a “chore chart” person. I love the idea and as organized as I am, it seems to me that I of all people should have one, but I don’t. That may change as my kids get a bit older but for us right now, I’m just not that into it.    I prefer a different method of using chartS--REWARD CHA

Chore Charts Are Fine, But I Prefer Reward Charts!

I Caught You Being Good Jar- This would be a great way to encourage positive behavior. Fill the jar up and there will be a BIG surprise at the end. I would make the jar smaller so its an obtainable goal.

Quiet Critters - when you decide it's important for students to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use. cute!

Idea-Quiet Critters - when you decide it's important for students to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use.

GENIUS!!!  an app that photographs and archives your kids' art, and then you can print a coffee table book of the collection.  cool!

An app that photographs and archives kids' art, and then you can print a coffee table book of the collection. But forget kids. Coffee table book full of my cats, here I come!

Chore Pins/Magnets-  Kids choose the job and how much it's worth.  At the end of the week, total amount is how much allowance they receive.

Chore Pins/Magnets- Kids choose the job and how much it's worth. At the end of the week, total amount is how much allowance they receive. ** giving kids options on chores/allowance and teaching about money!

A transition box for a kiddo (maybe just starting pre-k) at school.... Kyles box

Creating a Transitions Box for a Child with Special Needs

Transition Box for kids with Special Needs. such a key element and a lot of teachers have no idea about it. great for helping a child transition into an unfamiliar environment (pics of people there with names, sensory toy(s), favorite snack, etc).

Put a pom pom, marble, etc. in this every time your child does something good or kind. Reward them when it's full :)

"Caught Ya"- Positive Reinforcement - put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom ball, etc. in the jar, when it's full they get a special reward

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