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List of multisyllabic words from REWARDS great for many activities!
2nd - 6th
Getting students to read and understand the meaning of multisyllabic words is hard. Nevermind trying to get them to absorb what you're teaching while they are stressed out about a pandemic. This is why the REWARDS Reading Intervention Bundle has fluency and vocabulary GAMES that keep students mind o
Use these rewards lists to help encourage, promote, and reward positive behavior in the classroom. Rewards lists are easy to read, post, or keep in a binder when coming up with ideas for student success. This can be an essential component to making behavior plans work, helping students work towards
If you use ClassDojo as a classroom behavior management tool, then this ClassDojo Rewards list is for you! This resource breaks incentives and rewards down into a whole class category and an individual student category. This resource is based on a points system and reflects the rewards offered for
This printable provides you with a Hollywood Themed reward punch card for students with the phrase "Keep up the reeelly great work!" on it. It also provides you with a list of non-tangible rewards for the students to choose from and an explanation of each reward. Hope this is a great addition to you
This resource can be printed out or used on Google Slides. You are able to choose which colors of gumballs, the words you would like to use, and the amount of words students need to know to earn a gumball. Printed: Each student will get one gumball machine. There are many different colors including
Virtual learning has its hardships, including not being able to reward our sweet students. Use Dojo points for positive reinforcement and allow the students to spend their points in virtual class. I created this list in Google Slides, but it downloaded as a PowerPoint. Can be edited though PowerPoin
Need a simple, low maintenance reward system? This is for you. Simply buy a cheap roll of tickets (can be found at Wal-mart for 3.88) and reinforce positive behavior by awarding students with a ticket. Students may choose to redeem a set number of tickets for certain coupon-like rewards. No need t
What to read next?Here’s 100 options!The 100 Book Initiative Program was designed to give students great options and choices when it comes to reading. You can start this at any point during the year to get your students reading!Here’s how it works: The teacher reads aloud the first chapter of 100 b
SPED Student Visuals- edit to meet your needs.Includes: First/Then, Task Lists, Work-Reward Schedule, Break Choices, etc.
Keep your students motivated all summer with this “Bucket List” Challenge! Your Students will engage in their choice of practice, listening, and research activities to earn points toward achievement levels. Completely customizable, this challenge is designed to accommodate students with buys summer
K - 8th
This is a list of Individual Rewards, Group Rewards, and Reward slips. I used these when I played Homeworkopoly with my class. The reward slips can go into a jar for end of week drawings. If anything, it's a convenient rewards list that has been tried and tested. This product is fully editable.
3rd - 5th
This is a quick daily form for secondary students who are not completing their work. This checklist focuses on students with Oppositional Defiance Disorder or other behavior issues by rewarding them for their self control and hard work. Meeting with the parent to establish a reward system is vital
You can use this token board for your virtual students in the same way you would if they were in person. I love token rewards and wanted a way to use them digitally! The board is set up for groups up to 4 and there is an optional board to show you how you might use it with self-contained or younger
This is a great supplement for Class Dojo or other class point systems.For example, I pay my students for their Class Dojo points. The "Class Cash" are in 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 20s, and 50s. This helps this practice skip counting. I allow them to use the "Class Cash" to pay for something off the "Menu Li
Not Grade Specific
I have a reward system set up in my classroom and the students use these cards to buy things such as snack from me. The students get rewarded with pennies for doing a good job or turning in their homework. It is a good way to teach money skills within the classroom. I recommend that you print these
This includes a Class Dojo Reward list which can be used as a poster, point tracker worksheet and reward coupons. This is meant to be used with the free classroom behavior management program, Class Dojo, which can be accessed at www.classdojo.com. This was created as a Word document, so it is edita
Not Grade Specific
This editable list is what my co-teacher and I use for students when they cash in Dojos. You can edit it to include whatever you want. All of these rewards cost absolutely no money and our kids LOVE THEM.
I reward students for good behavior by providing them with "Mosby Bucks". Students can use these immediately or save for bigger rewards in the Mosby store. Here is a listing of some of those rewards.
PreK - 5th
This Study Map serves as a checklist and guide for all students who are preparing for assessments. The back page of the Study Map contains a list of study ideas and ways to reward yourself once studying is complete!
Not Grade Specific
Perfect for Homeschooling families who want to encourage their students to do their daily subjects, and reward them with stickers!What is included in this printable?Multiple Sizes of the Subject Check ListsMultiple Sizes of Reward Charts, counting from 1-20 or 1-30Edit this file with your planned su
I print these out on colored paper, cut them, fold them, and put them in a bucket. At the end of the week, if the students beat me they'll pull one of of the bucket! It's a total drum-roll moment!
A list of reward ideas to motivate students to read using the AR program. Rewards are listed by word count but could be adapted for number of books read, points earned, etc.
3rd - 6th

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