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How to Set Up a Classroom Token Economy - True Life I'm a Teacher

I wanted to share how I use (and have used for several years) a token economy in my classroom. I taught at different PBIS/PBS schools for 7 years, and a token economy is the perfect addition to what your school is already doing! I’ve used this system in 1st, 2nd, and 4th grades, and absolutely ... Read more

classroom money

Using classroom money can be highly motivating to students and help students practice important math skills. This blog post explains how I got started with classroom money.

Get the Biggest Bang for Your Buck Using a Classroom Economy System - Purposeful Plans

A classroom economy system will help students take ownership in the classroom. It can also help with learning real-world financial literacy in a fun way. Setting up your classroom economy strategically will pay you dividends down the road. First, decide what you want your cash to look like. Ask yourself what will be the easiest ... Read More about Get the Biggest Bang for Your Buck Using a Classroom Economy System

Our Class Economy System Kids really enjoy earning and spending money in the classroom. I especially love "desk tax" every Friday. The kids quickly learn the value of a dollar. Plus, it's a great behavior management system!

Our Class Economy System Kids really enjoy earning and spending money in the classroom. I especially love "desk tax" every Friday. The kids quickly learn the value of a dollar. Plus, it's a great behavior management system!

Classroom Behavior Management System Credits and Debits - Tanya Yero Teaching

If you're looking for an effective and easy classroom behavior management system this blog post is for you. FREEBIE templates are included for teachers to get started with this simple classroom management plan.

Teaching the value of money to students is invaluable later in life. This upper elementary activity for creating a classroom economy does that!

Teaching the value of money to students is invaluable later in life. This upper elementary activity for creating a classroom economy does that!

Classroom economy using checks, checkbook, play money, and classroom store.

About six years ago (has it really been that long?!) when I was starting my first year of teaching, I was so anxious trying to figure out beginning of the year activities, classroom management, and learning a new curriculum. A friend of mine introduced me to the idea of having a classroom economy system and I'm so glad I took her advice. Since then, my classroom economy system has evolved. A classroom economy system is where students are "paid" for performing regular classroom jobs (door…

A Classroom Economy Students & Teachers Love – Core Inspiration

When it comes to classroom management, some of the most common struggles I hear about from teachers are the lack of respect students have for their learning space, and a desire to maintain a more organized classroom. If you are struggling with these, I urge you to consider utilizing well-developed classroom jobs, and a classroom […]

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There are so many benefits to creating student based businesses in the special education classroom. School based businesses allow students to practice vocational skills, money math, cooking skills, and more. If you are looking for a new idea for a classroom based business, learn how you can create an online store selling soaps with your special education students. This blog post will show you how our students set up a business, the supplies we used and how we ran a soap making business.
Are you looking for a simple, creative student based business for your secondary special education classroom? Do your students enjoy arts and crafts activities? You can take their love of arts and crafts and turn it into a school based business. On this blog post, you will learn how to help your students set up a bracelet making business that combines a love of arts with vocational skills. This business is also perfect for practicing money math and fine motor skills in your classroom.
Devices are expensive! Most schools don’t have the budget to get multiple devices at a time even though we all know the benefits coming from the individualized education that technology can provide. We all know that it can be difficult to find grant funding for classroom technology, but there are some ways by which you can collect as much money for your classroom technology as you need.
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to practice functional reading and money math skills in your secondary special education classroom? This Next Dollar Up Holiday Bingo Activity combines both functional reading skills and money math into one activity for your special education students. Students will love playing this visual bingo game during the Christmas and holiday season as they practice independent living skills by determining the cost of items. Grab this holiday bingo set today.