This file contains 15 different incentive charts that are sure to inspire your students to achieve their goals whether they be academic, personal or behavioural.
Incentive charts can be used in a variety of ways within a classroom. In my classroom I have used them with something I like to call a Personal Points program. A personal point is just a flashy name for a small sticker. Any time a student does something well academically (e.g. answers a question correctly, shows improvement in his/her work, etc.) or behaviourally (e.g. lining up quietly, using kind words, etc.) you can give him/her a personal point. I like to stick them on the student’s shoulder. At an appropriate time students can then transfer their points onto their incentive charts. I like to display the charts on my Character Education bulletin board. Once a student has filled his/her entire chart, you can let him/her pick a reward. I’ve used toy prizes as rewards but rewards like sitting in the teacher’s chair for the day or getting extra gym time may also work.
If you find the incentive charts useful or happen to find another way to use them in your classroom, I would love to receive the feedback!
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