Behavior Catalog

Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
Behavior Catalog
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29 MB|115 pages
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Reward students for good behavior by letting them choose a reward from your behavior catalog!

The best part, is that most of the rewards are free for you and fun for your students!

Check out the thumbnail pictures to see examples of different reward pages from the catalog.

The preview shows snippets of my own class behavior catalog and explains suggestions for use.

Click here to check out how I use this behavior catalog in my classroom.

What's Included?
* Behavior Catalog Pages
- 1 cover page for you binder/book
- 35 different reward pages (choose and print the ones you want to use)
Bubble Time, Caboose, Calendar Helper, Chew Gum, Class Messenger, Coloring Time, Computer Time, Door Holder, Extra Recess Time, Play Dough Time, Furry Friend, Game Time, Hat Day, iPad/Tablet Time, Librarian, Line Jumper, Line Leader, Lunch in the Room, Lunch with the Principal, No Homework, Pajama Day, Paper Collector, Pet Helper, Puzzle Time, Show and Tell, Stinky Toes, Sunglasses, Supplies Helper, Swap Seats, Sweet Treat, Talent Show, Teacher's Desk, Teacher's Helper, Treasure Chest, Floor Work

* Reward Management Chart
- to help you keep track of who has chosen rewards

* Reward Tickets
- students turn in their ticket when they want to redeem a reward

* Permission Notes for Parents
- send this home with your students so that parents will know when their child has redeemed a reward and that it's okay to let their child bring a hat to school or wear pajamas, etc.

- Only print and use the pages you want (I chose about 20)
- Assign each reward a cost (tickets, school behavior bucks, etc)
- Put everything together into a binder
- Assign one day each week where students can "purchase" a reward
- For older kids, you can give them a behavior ticket so that they can redeem their reward when they want
- For younger kids, let them pick out a reward for the next day.

**I let my students count up their behavior bucks, look through the catalog, and choose their reward on Thursday. Then they redeem their reward the next day, Friday. This makes it easy to keep up with and I'm prepared for rewards the next day.

I love this behavior catalog because:
- it's a super easy and effective way to reward good behavior
- almost every reward is no cost (no more buying junk toys) - several may have a small cost such as bubbles, sweet treats, or gum. If you wish to spend $0, then don't use these pages)
- you set your own currency and prices for your rewards
- it keeps my students in a routine where they know exactly when they can spend their behavior bucks
- teaches kids to save - many of my kids save so that they can sit at my desk for the day (this costs $25 behavior bucks in my catalog)
- my kids love flipping through the catalog and choosing which reward they want to buy

Please make sure to ask any questions before purchasing.


For more classroom tips and fun, check out my blog Live Love Learn with Miss Kriss

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