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Chore and Homework chart! Easy to make with felt and sticky felt letters from the dollar store. Write chore and dollar amount on the clothespin and put in the to do then the kids can move them over to the done side upon completion. Homework doesnt get a dollar amount! Maybe a reward at the end of the week for doug all homework (ice cream, etc). Colorful, simple and useful!!!
Kids are often offered food, beverages and candy as rewards for good behavior. Here are tons of ideas for healthy NON-FOOD rewards! #kidshealth #school http://www.actionforhealthykids.org/what-we-do/programs/game-on/step-3-pick-challenges/at-home/637-healthy-a-active-non-food-rewards
FREEBIE! I’ve found that the most effective way to keep things calm (yet still fun!) in my classroom is to constantly mix up my reward system! My expectations always stay the same, but how I reward positive behavior is constantly changing. In order to keep things fresh and fun, we started using this motivating Bravo Behavior Board I made up in our classroom.