Positive behavior rewards school teaching: looking for a fun way to reward students for their behavior and in turn encourage positive behavior? Grab these fun ‘school bucks’ which you can use with students. The best thing about them is they can help build math and addition skills as well!
Looking for a new way to encourage positive behavior? Use behavior reward money. These are a great way to encourage students to keep up their positive behavior – it will also encourage their friends to act the same way. It’s essential that students understand and develop their social skills early and for teachers to incorporate small moves which helps them do so in the classroom and with their classmates.
These free ‘school bucks’ are great for also getting the students to calculate their ‘earnings’ at the end of each week. So it can in turn be a math activity in hindsight. 🙂
There are values on each set from 1-5. They are also color coded, so you and the kids can identify them easily:
These were created using Microsoft PowerPoint. They are so easy to print and even laminate for future use! You can choose the rewards for each value in total. For example:
A score of:
- 5 or less at the end of the week can allow the student to choose from: added 5 minutes of their favorite math/literacy activity or choose their favorite book to read.
- 10- 15 at the end of the week can allow the student to choose from: leaving 5 minutes early for recess or lunch or work an extra 10 minutes on their favorite activity.
- 15+ or more at the end of the week can allow the student to choose from any other two incentives you think your students will love.
Of course, you can get to choose when and how many ‘bucks’ they receive once they do something worthy of it. I would hand out the value of a f dollar note for something trully spectacular. You get to choose depending on what you are teaching the kids that week. They are completely versatile. 🙂
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Click on the image below or on this LINK HERE to grab the download!
How would you use these ‘bucks’ with your students? Comment below and let me know! Thank you for stopping by! 🙂