Brownie Points

Sarah Cooley
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Using incentives for positive behavior is a wonderful way to motivate students to do the right thing. The system I use to reward the entire class for positive behavior is called Brownie Points! This system is so easy to implement! Go to your local dollar store and find a small or medium sized metal baking pan. Attach magnet strips to the back of the metal pan so it hangs on your white board. You will also need to print and laminate the brownies, and attach magnets to the back of each one.

The students earn brownie points by getting compliments for great behavior from other teachers, working together as a class on assignments, hard work from all students during literacy or math stations, or any other thing they do as a class that shows great behavior! When the pan is full of brownies, the kids get a party to celebrate their hard work! {SWEET!}

This packet comes with two types of brownies, in small and large sizes. There is also a "Brownie Point" header to attach to your pan!
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