Have you ever wondered what happens to the stickers that go on your students' papers? Probably they're filed along with the papers, never to be seen again. Have you ever noticed how thrilled kids are when they get stickers, though? Why not work with that as a form of positive reinforcement?
This set allows you to create a sticker collection book based on a design from students' interests that many teachers have surely seen or heard about.
Eliminate a treasure box by encouraging students to earn stickers instead. Even more fun, the kids can keep track of their stickers by peeling them off of tests and sticking them in their sticker book. There's even a page where students can place stickers they've traded with each other!
(1) Have students provide a binder with clear front insert sheet, or create your own laminated sticker book for them.
(2) The cover sheet: This is the sheet that goes on top, with space for you to enter the student's name as well as 6 blank spots for their top stickers.
(3) Page 1: Stickers for tests and projects (replicate as needed)
(4) Page 2: Stickers for homework (replicate as needed)
(5) Page 3: Stickers that have been traded (replicate as needed)
(6) Bonus page for second grade teachers! This is a mock "collector card," where you can have the students create their own cards. They can add their picture, name (on line above picture space), and fill in the blanks "Second Grader Power" and "This Second Grader Enjoys..." The top says, "Evloved from First Grader!" If there is a demand for this page in other grades I'd be happy to make one and update this project!