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Student incentives

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Free incentives / rewards for elementary or secondary students. Anchor chart. Earn tickets based on effort. Purchase incentives as they earn.

Free incentives / rewards for elementary or secondary students. Anchor chart. Earn tickets based on effort. Purchase incentives as they earn.

Are you looking for a fun and motivating classroom economy system? Star Bucks are a fun classroom economy and classroom management/behavior system, and they also reinforce place value. Your students will love to save up their bucks for rewards! #classroommanagement #classroomeconomysystem #classroomrewards

Are you looking for a fun and motivating classroom economy system? Star Bucks are a fun classroom economy and classroom management/behavior system, and they also reinforce place value. Your students will love to save up their bucks for rewards! #classroommanagement #classroomeconomysystem #classroomrewards

Free reward ideas!! Good for student of the month awards.

I am so excited to share with you my very first Groovy Packet!! I created some name plates, labels (square and round), reward coupons, book marks, and organizational labels. I originally starting making these for my classroom to coordinate with my current theme and save some money. Before I knew it, the packet was 16 pages long. Yahoo!!!! Next week, the copy machine and laminator will be super busy!!!!! I am really trying to stay off the computer and NOT do any school work~~I guess it's not…

Student Behavior Goal Setting Kit - FREE CHART — Keeping My Kiddo Busy

How do you encourage positive student behavior in your classroom? I have tried too many behavior systems to count - clip charts, flipping cards, behavior contracts… you name it and I have tried it. What I have found over the years is that no matter what, students genuinely want to do well and