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This is a behavior plan that can be used in a class or within a school. It has students earn money for doing homework, good behavior, and attendance through a website where they have a pretend savings account. This is all done automatically through the student account. I have created a program and list of materials to help set up the behavior program to use with the website and a few other Internet resources. The teacher or school can also assign additional class jobs to students to earn additional money (several ideas are in the plan attached). The teacher then fines students for not doing their jobs or can add money for doing something great in class. The students can use money to buy a prize item (many of which are free to set up). A list of prices for different fines and rewards are listed in the file. Students can be set up to earn interest on savings or fines on overdrawing if desired. It teaches students money management skills, and they can be given access to view their account as well. Finally, other teachers and/or administrators can be given management accounts as well if it is a school plan. Check designs and credit cards are also included to be able to give to students as part of the plan. Instructions to create your own check design are included. Note: I do not own the website or links to a couple external resources in the file, but everything created in the file is a program setup with designs, resources, and ideas to use those resources for a behavior plan. Good for a PBIS plan. A word doc (for editing to fit your school) and PDF file (the word file is from a mac, so this is attached in case editing turns out different on different computers) are both attached, as well as a job organizer for teachers in an excel file. Students of any grade can use this, though basic money management and understanding skills are necessary. It is also suggested to have occasional "sale" days and discount prices for students.