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When students are not following behavior expectations, Fix-It Tickets are a constructive next step for some self-reflection on the part of the student. Rather than just tell a child what they are doing wrong, this tool allows for a more effective way of having them be the one to evaluate their own b
Grades:
K - 5th
Need an alternative to taking recess time away as a behavior consequence? I did!! So, I created WALKING TICKETS as an alternative. Now, when my students need a behavior consequence I use a walking ticket. Students walk in a specified area during recess instead of playing. They get the movement
Grades:
K - 3rd
Hold students accountable with this comprehensive and easy Ticket System. Not to be confused with other Ticket Systems!! This Product Includes: ★ Examples, suggestions, and photos from MY classroom ★ EDITABLE letter to families (WORD) ★ 3 Types of Tickets (Academic, Behavior, & Personal Respo
Tired of spending money out of pocket for treats and rewards for your students' good behavior? This rewards menu includes a list of coupons that your students can earn through a ticket system. All you need is a roll of tickets from a office supply store and this download to get started! Just start g
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PreK - 6th
Everyone asked and here it is! These Reward Tickets accompany my Reward Catalog I. When a student earns their reward, send this ticket home so their parents know! There are 4 tickets on a page for easy printing! All 25 rewards from the original Behavior Management Reward Catalog are covered! Than
These prints and go cards are great for helping classroom, hallway, lunch, classwork and testing management. My class this year has had a challenging time showing self-control with their bodies and sometimes rush through assignments. I’ve implemented this system and it has really helped. I highly su
Grades:
K - 5th
Looking for a way to refresh your classroom management in the new year? Try awarding students "awesome tickets" for good behavior! Students can enter tickets into a class drawing or you can choose to allow students to save tickets for privileges such as: lunch with the teacher, technology time, one
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PreK - 8th
This is a great way to reinforce positive behaviors in your classroom! There are 6 different trains to choose from - including black and white. Students can earn a punch for each letter on the ticket. When the ticket is full they can earn a prize or I have my students earn a Polar Express party o
This system has worked in my classroom for many years, in fact, it's been so successful I've been asked to put in on this site to help other teachers. 1. Every day each child receives 5 reward tickets. 2. They may receive more tickets or lose some depending on their behavior, attitude, late work e
Grades:
PreK - 8th
This ticket economy system has 12 different pages of positive reward incentives that students may purchase through earning tickets for good behavior in the classroom. The tickets along with a "ticket pocket" for students to store their tickets is included. A student recording sheet as well as an i
Grades:
2nd - 6th
Display a 100's chart for the class or use the one provided in this packet. The class can earn numbers based on specific positive behaviors. Display the provided posters on how to earn numbers so the class is always aware. When the class earns numbers, have a student or students pull out however
Behavior tickets are designed to redirect student behavior non-verbally, without having to stop class to talk to the student. Simply hand them a ticket and the directions are stated on the ticket. Leave the ticket on the student's desk or exchange it for a different ticket depending on their behavio
3 BEE TICKETS ~ Positive Behavior Management. KBound Bee Tickets are developed to motivate, and to reinforce, positive behavior throughout the school day. Students earn a daily Bee Ticket as a reward for following the classroom rules. A simple, meaningful, motivating way to communicate daily wit
This is a template for 6 behavior management tickets. Printed on yellow paper, these golden tickets are given to students who exhibit safety, responsibility, and respectfulness. These can be used for either school-wide or single classroom behavior management.
Everyone asked and here it is! These Reward Tickets accompany my Reward Catalog II. When a student earns their reward, send this ticket home so their parents know! There are 4 tickets on a page for easy printing! All 25 rewards from the Reward Catalog II are covered! Thanks, Angela
Seasonal Gold Ticket Behavior Management Certificates. 3 per page. I send these home on Fridays. Students in my class count their gold tickets and fill out the certificate. Then, I fill in the check boxes and add any comments on the back if needed. IF your students are more independent, they can fil
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Not Grade Specific
Rather than have a "classroom store" filled with toys, stickers, erasers, and other items that need to be purchased by the teacher (me) from the dollar store or online, I decided to stop rewarding students with rewards that are often short-lived. "Reward Coupons" allow students to be rewarded wit
Looking for a behavior management system? Difficult group coming your way this school year? The Behavior Management Tool-kit is a powerful way to streamline your behavior management in your classroom. You can choose to keep your behavior discrete inside a binder system or more public using a card sy
These behavior tickets follow the principle of the C.I.R.C.L.E. which stands for: -Community: working together and helping others -Integrity: being honest -Respect: treating others with dignity and as you would like to be treated -Confidence: believing in yourself -Leadership: taking initiative and
Grades:
6th - 8th
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Give students tickets to reward positive behavior. They can keep their tickets in an envelope or zip lock bag and accumulate them. This set comes with tickets, labels for the envelope or bag, ticket reward list with the ticket price, and parent letter explaining how this reward system works. Student
Grades:
K - 3rd
Let these adorable carnival tickets help you out with classroom management! *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Product includes: ~2 pages of medium tickets (worth 5 tickets) ~2 pages of small tickets (worth 1 ticket) *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
Product Description:11"x8.5" paperSix different ticketsColors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purpleCompliments on tickets: Thank you very much, ready to learn, class role model, keep up the good work, excellent job, super student Large tickets are six to a page landscapeSmall tickets are 12 to a
This resource includes everything you need to implement a Ticket Bags behavior management system in your own classroom. I have designed it to be easy to set up and implement and I have included step-by-step directions for how to get started with your students! Included: -Directions for setting up th
This ticket system uses tickets to cite students for rules broken to help students accept personal accountability. Four color-coded tickets correspond to consequences for not following classroom rules. Additionally, I have included my personal Classroom Rules, Rewards, and Consequences posters, as w
Grades:
Not Grade Specific

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