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This resource includes everything you need to get your classroom economy system started in your classroom! This positive management system will change your classroom vibes to the best ever!!
• Job Application
• Job Descriptions
• Living Expense, Bonuses + Awards, and Fine Forms and examples.
• Classroom Money
- B&W (Print on Colorful paper)
• Banking Forms – 3 options
- Banking Binder Covers
• Behavior Forms – 1 option
- Behavior Log Binder Cover
- Reflection Forms
• Teacher Tracking Forms – 2 options
• Stop Signs
• Kindness Tickets
• Vocabulary Cards
- Half Page Black & White
- Half Page Color
- Full Page Color
- Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
One of the best parts of my classroom management system is that it runs itself. This resources includes everything you need to start using a classroom economy in your classroom. It includes money, checks, and record keeping forms to keep everything organized.
I have include some example classroom jobs and descriptions. In addition, there are pages for living expenses, bonuses and awards, as well as fines.
This resource is great for any grade above 3rd grade. It could work in second grade, but would need to be more teacher lead.
In my classroom, I pass out $1 dollar bills all the time. If someone is meeting my expectations, I give them a dollar. There are many times throughout the day, that I pass a dollar out to everyone for doing the right thing. I recommend having 500+ $1 bills in circulation for a class of 30 students.
I have also included examples of when students can earn more. In my own classroom, every student has a job. They all earn $50 a month as long as their job is getting done. One job in my classroom is as simple as wiping down the top of the bookshelves. I have students do everything. If you notice something needing to be done, make it a class job! In addition, you should set aside 10 minutes a day for “jobs,” I put a timer up on the projector. During this time, banks open, pencils get sharpened, and all counters and shelves get wiped down everyday.
I need help! What should I do?
If you have questions or need help implementing this kit, I’d love to help! Please e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about this resource and how I set it up in my own classroom on instagram at @tothefourthandbeyond