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These cute little punch cards can be used to keep track of the homework activities your students turn in or as part of an individual behavior reinforcement plan. In my own classroom, we keep these cards in a special pocket chart with a hole-puncher close by. As students sort and turn in their homework, they count how many activities they are turning in and then punch out that many holes on their punch card. When they've punched out all the holes on their card, they get to go to the Treasure Box
Looking for a way to encourage good behavior? These behavior punch cards will allow you to award students for good behavior, homework completion, or any other good choices in your classroom. Includes cards with boy and girl clip art, and in black and white AND color. Just print on cardstock, cut, and punch!
This is a behavior punch card that I use to reward positive behavior in my classroom. It includes 20 punches and a blank spot for student's name. When my students punch cards are full, they choose an item from the Best Behavior Book. It seems to be working very well in my classroom.
This clipart set comes with all of the items shown in the picture above. This set will allow you to make your own punch cards for any use in your classroom. I love using them in my classroom for positive behavior. You can use the punch cards already made in this set and just add a text box to add a name or title to the card or create your own completely from the items in the set. Add clipart to create your own personal punch cards for any occasion.Enjoy!
Manage your classroom behavior system with punch cards. Set includes 10 different designs for using in your classroom. I created it to use with my Behavior Catalog. Each time they earn 8 stamps/stickers/punches, they earn a trip to the behavior catalog to 'shop!' Each punch card has 16 boxes for punches, so it can be used twice before having to be replaced (saving some paper). Enjoy.
These behavior punch cards have 10 spots to punch. I use them as rewards for Class Dojo. Every 5 or 10 points (your preference) you punch their card that many times for the week. My students are able to split up their punches between cards. You can use them however works best for you in your room.
K - 6th
Use stickers, or this star-shaped hole puncher, to praise your students' good choices in the classroom. The ten frames provide a helpful visual, so students are able to keep track of how many stickers/stars they've earned. Then, create an incentive system, where students can spend their stickers/stars. For example, 10 stars = teacher's pen, 20 stars = line leader, 50 stars = teacher's desk, etc. *This resource is a flattened PDF file.*Please be sure to ask all questions before purchasing. Use th
This FREEBIE includes 3 sets of pre-made Behavior Punch Cards to use in your classroom! You can use these cards with individual students or with your entire class. This resource is fantastic for positive reinforcement. Thanks for downloading! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions whatsoever! Thank you! :)
Not Grade Specific
Your kids are awesome! Let them know with this great positive behavior tracking tool. Catch them being fantastic and punch their cards. Get a full card and turn it in for a reward. Laminate and you'll have a yearlong resource! Includes: - Black and White Version - Full Color Version ____________________________________________________________________________________ GRAMMAR PARTY! Complete Grammar Bundle (Save Over 50%) Includes everything below! Nouns Worksheet + Test Prepositions Packet
These are punch cards that can be worn as a badge or placed in students' desks. I use them as badges every day in my Kindergarten classroom. My students love them and so do I. Students are able to pick up and clip on their own badges which I keep in a pocket chart near the door. They are a big part of my behavior incentive program. Students are very motivated to earn punches! This is my first set of cards - Spring #1 Set of 4 cards. Three of the cards are Spring themed - a bear flying a kite, p
PreK - 4th
Do you have students that give up on their behavior after there is no hope of making the normal behavior goal? Some students need a few more chances to meet their behavior goal. I made six different differentiated behavior punch cards (with clip art to match the season). One punch card tracks participation instead of awesome choices. Each punch card has 10 spots to punch. I am using one punch card per quarter, and setting each student's punch goal individually. When the student meets his/h
These editable punch cards will increase student behavior in your classroom! Each student chooses their own punch card depending on what reward they want to work toward. These can be made for many different positive behaviors, such as; *caught being kind *completing a task *following classroom rules *behavior chart reward *& many more! This product comes in rainbow color and black and white so you can print it on any color you prefer! EDITABLE! These punch cards have editable rewards
PreK - 8th
Use this for a great addition to Class Dojo. The students love using this for everyday they get 90% or better on their behavior.
Use these punch cards as a behavior incentive with which students can earn rewards. You can punch out or stamp over one number at a time. Give each student a punch card and let them earn points toward a reward. When they cash in the punch card for a treat, give them a new one. The fun starts over! My students love it, and I'm sure yours will, too. In my classroom, 5 stamps gets you a treasure from the treasure chest. 10 stamps allow you to have lunch with the teacher for one day. 15 stamps le
K - 3rd
Free Generic Behavior Punch Cards Behavior Punch Cards are cards to support positive Behavior. These cards were created from a request from my daughter, who teachers K-1 Special Education. She needed a princess and a race car punch card that when her particular students followed a certain concept, they would punch one of the princesses or race cars. So my thought was…Why not offer a generic form FREE! You might also like: Behavior Punch Cards FreebieBehavior Punch CardsStop that Blurting!B
Use this FREE template to print punch cards to manage your students' behavior! Give hole 'punches' when you see your students making good choices!❤️ Class coupons also available! ❤️Please leave feedback and get TpT credits towards future purchases!⭐️Join my email club and receive a monthly freebie in my newsletter!⭐️For product updates and previews, follow me on Instagram and Facebook!Enjoy!
Spookley Inspired Crunch/Punch Cards Inspired by The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin book by Joe TroianoIncluded Crunch Cards in Color and Blackline Masters, Working Towards PECS Communication Board to support students with Autism, and a behavior data sheet.
Halloween punch cards for reading or positive behavior reward system. They can also be use for checking homework! There are 4 different cards for a variety. If you enjoy these cards, you may also enjoy my new packet featuring Christmas and Winter designs (8) Christmas Holiday / Winter Punch Cards © 2013 Danielle Westvang - Crayonbox Learning Original artwork and designs. All rights reserved. License granted for individual classroom use only. Follow Crayonbox LearningCrayonbox Learning Blo
I created this punch card for the students in my classroom. For each day their behavior is positive without any refocuses they will receive a punch on their card. After ten days they earn a reward that they are able to cash in. You can use a treasure box too. My kids store these in their tool (pencil) boxes and LOVE getting their stars and rewards. I hope they work for you in your classroom too.
PreK - 2nd
Owl Themed Behavior Reward Punch Cards
FREE I use these cards at the end of each day. If the kids have not moved their clip, flipped card, etc, then I punch the card. When they reach a star, they can pick a reward such as a coupon or an item from the treasure box. The extended class rules are posted in the room and are also on their weekly take home sheets. If a child has an infraction, I reference the rule broken in their comment section for the day and they do not get a punch on their card. 1. I will respect myself, others, and m
PreK - 5th
Behavior punch cards with a paw theme. I have included cards in grayscale for saving color ink. "Paws-itive" Behavior Punch Cards by Heather Bridges is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
K - 2nd
I used these cards to reward students on an individual level. Each child is given a card and receives a paw print punch on it when they are caught being good. Once the card is full I usually allow them to go to the treasure box or have extra time on the computers.
PreK - 12th
This is a fun way to keep track of anything! There are different colored pencils that have ten punches each. There is also a set of editable pencil punch cards, so you can use them for anything! Larger pencil cut-outs are included to use as headers for bulletin boards. Have fun!⚫ This Product Includes:✅ Six different colored pencil punch cards labeled with “Homework Club” ✅ Six different colored pencil punch cards labeled with “Good Behavior”✅ Six different colored pencil punch cards that are ED

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