Here’s an easy way to keep track of DoJo “Whole Class” rewards! Simply print and laminate this poster (we enlarge the poster on our Poster-Maker) and display it in your classroom. No Poster-Maker? Simply laminate as is or place it in a clear sheet protector so you can write on it using an Expo marker, erase, and use over and over again, and then save to your DoJo binder! Another option is to simply print out and let each student keep track of both the “Whole Class” reward, and their own individual reward sheet.
Each week we tally our DoJo points. Students keep track of their own points on their DoJo tracker. Before we clear the bubbles, I post that week’s “Whole Class” total, and keep track of the points on the poster, displayed for students to see. Each student has a copy of the Student Rewards sheet (also provided). We then project the Student Reward Sheet, students choose their prizes, and then finally calculate their used/unused points.
Our students love watching the “Whole Class” reward points add up. The poster not only serves as motivation to earn the class reward, but students really like being able to see where they are and how far they must go until the next reward. As a group, we vote on the “Whole Class” reward, and set a date for reaching that goal. Once we get close to earning the designated amount of points, we post the date on the poster, which also serves as quite the motivator! Students really enjoy monitoring their own behavior, and encourage their classmates to do the same, so that they reach their “Whole Class” Reward faster! Included is:
• DoJo Rewards Poster
• DoJo Student Reward Sheet (.doc)
• DoJo Student Reward Sheet (.pdf)
• DoJo Parent Letter (.doc)
• DoJo Parent Letter (.pdf)
• DoJo “Game Day” Permission Slip
The Parent Letter and Rewards Sheets are provided in both .doc and .pdf formatting. Use as is (.pdf) or edit to meet your own individual needs (.doc). Included with the parent letter is a permission slip for participating in “whole class” rewards such as Breakfast or Lunch with the Teacher, Game Day, etc. Classroom management has never been easier!