I LOVE CLASS DOJO! It is a tool I take full advantage of in my classroom. I believe it is a great classroom resource for students of all ages! With a little help from Pinterest and free tpt resources, I have created a list of rewards that are completely free to the teacher! I have also created $5 bi
Includes coupons for:
-Lunch with the Teacher
-15 Minutes of Computer Time
-Bring a Furry Friend to School
-Jump the Line
All coupons are editable.
Include 2 versions of order forms for your class Dojo
Use these along with your Class Dojo. Pages can be printed and put into a binder or printed into cards/tickets. Most rewards consist of options that do not require you to purchase additional things. Rewards are organized in a point system. Students use their points to purchase their rewards. Re
PDF, JPEG and PowerPoint files included in a ZIP File. Includes 28 different Reward Coupons suitable for Middle to Upper Primary students.Print with 9 slides to a page or however you desire :) Laminate then include in your whole class reward treasure box like I do! Enjoy!
Do you use Class Dojo? Are you looking for a way to motivate your students more towards positive behavior?Simply print, cut, and laminate these signs. Place on your bulletin board. Add library pockets and students will be able to move clothes pins, clips, etc as they earn points. You will instan
Bilingual Class Dojo Rewards Bulletin Board Set is a classroom management tool used to motivate students to work to their fullest potential. Students earn points individually or as a group to earn rewards. Each reward poster displayed is available in Spanish or English. This product is editable so
This freebie includes hundreds charts up to 1,000 for students to record their Dojo points. Every 25th point is a Dojo Monster, which means students can redeem a reward! Every 100th point is Mojo indicating students have moved up to the next hundred club (and can select a bigger reward!)
I have inc
This file contains posters that are to be used with the behavior management web-site ClassDojo. You can hang the posters in your classroom to outline how the daily conduct grade is calculated. The posters also include a rewards page for when students meet certain goals with the Dojo points. Their
*This EDITABLE document contains resources for communicating with parents/guardians and students when a Class Dojo goal has been met and details associated with it. It is primarily for celebrating with “device/technology” time, but may be adapted for any reward. INCLUDED:* Templates are always list
This set includes 12 different reward coupons that they can use their Dojo Points to buy! This is a great way for to set up a classroom economy with Dojo Points! Labels are included to put on envelopes for a bulletin board or wall.
Want an easy way to have your students work together to earn rewards? This chart is for you!I give my students a chance to earn 5 Dojo Points a day EACH! I chose 5 subject area/times of day for them to earn a Dojo point. At the end of the day, we add our Dojo points to our accounts by using the "who
Use the element of surprise to reward students! After students acquire a certain amount of points, let them scan the QR code with a FREE QR code scanner! My students love to be surprised with a reward!
Teachers can use this Class Dojo Rewards Store poster along with the Class Dojo app/website to help with classroom management. Students earn points based on behavior/participation and can use those points to purchase activities throughout the classroom. It's a wonderful incentive for positive behavi
Included in this pack is a sheet a Dojo Dollars I created. These can be used to give out to a student when not in the classroom, or when you are using your smart board for something else and do not want to waste time switching to the Class Dojo screen. Also included, are the rewards my class can rec
Class Dojo Reward Posters includes a poster sample in addition to editable posters with the following 12 background colors:
Need incentives to tie in with your ClassDojo app? This fun, positive reinforcement incentive chart has had great results in my second grade classroom. The kids really enjoy it - you can "level up" like a real life video game! But for good behavior.
Students can "level up" once they reach a certain