:Help manage behavior throughout the school in a fun way. Pass out "Pocket Bucks" in various situations to reward positive behavior. Pocket Bucks are exactly that.... bucks (like a dollar bill) that are kept in a pocket.
Feel free to set the reward system up however you would like in your classroom by using all of the parts or just some.
Included in the pack are reward bucks for different situations and places throughout the school
NOTE: 2 types of bucks are included: One type will not have a money amount. The second type does not have a money amount either, but there is a place for you to type your own money amount.
Because this is saved as a powerpoint, you can insert a text box and type any money amount you would like. :-)
**BLANK - type your own topic for a buck- just insert a text box and type, move the box to center it.
If you need a tutorial on how to add a text box, please see the tutorial on my blog by clicking HERE.
NOTE: carry these around the school easily by getting a coupon organizer and putting each kind of buck in a different section. :-)
**Themed border to cut, laminate, and staple around the bulletin board display.
**5 different themed pockets that will be laminated, folded, and hung on the bulletin board. Each displaying a child's name. I saved this in a powerpoint file so you could add a text box to type the name in if you would like, or you can hand write it.
**Title for the display
**""Spend Your Bucks' chart where you will type in or write items that are for 'sale' that students will eventually spend their bucks on. For example, a pencil may be worth 4 bucks, lunch with the teacher may be worth 25.... you can decide all of that.
There are no real rules for how to use this in your room. I give you the product and some suggestions, but please use it however you would like. You may choose to let your kids spend bucks weekly, biweekly, or monthly. It's all up to you.
Have fun, and I know it will help your students be motivated to be perfectly behaved students. :-).... said with a grin.
For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.