I absolutely LOVE Class Dojo as my behavior tool in my classroom!! I have spent a ton of time making goodies that would suit and fit what I wanted Class Dojo to be in my classroom. SO I thought I'd share! If you use Class Dojo then you know that you can reward "positive" behavior by "giving a point" to a student, and you can correct behavior by "taking a point" for "needs work" areas. So after trial and error (and lots of time), I conjured up a weekly behavior chart (shown in the preview - that has two weeks worth on one side, so you can print it twice - front to back, and have a months worth on one sheet) where students write the date, show their positive points for the day, their negative points for the day, and then they subtract the negative from the positive, to get their true "dojo" total for the day. There is a place each night for parents to initial. The come Friday, we total up the week's worth of points, and however many points a student receives (remember subtracting out any negative points) is how much "Dojo Bucks" they earn for the week. In my class we call it "Friday Dojo Payday". I made little "wallets" for my kiddos to keep at their desk, and whenever they are ready to buy a reward, they pay me! I even walk around on Fridays with a little plastic register (from the Dollar Tree). Included in this bundle is the weekly behavior recording chart...a page with 6 of each: $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 (and then you can print off as many as you need at a time), an example letter to my parents which shares my expectations of Class Dojo, along with examples of my "positive" and "needs work" behavior (you may or may not be able to use the letter with your parents - I more or less included it for you to springboard off and be able to create your own as it best fits your class), my actual reward chart poster (again, it is completely yours to use in the classroom, or you may use it to springboard to create your own). I do not do a treasure box with my 2nd graders, so I was looking for other ways to reward. I just wanted to give you as much as I had created to hopefully help you create something awesome in your class with Class Dojo. Tweak however you like.
Check it out in my blog: Class Dojo
A ton of credit goes to:
Class Dojo Clipart
Hello Literacy's "Hello" fonts
Kevin and Amanda's fonts