EDITABLE We're Working Towards Rewards | Coupons | Student Rewards
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If you're looking for a fun and flexible reward system to use with your students all year long, these student reward coupons are the perfect solution. Just set this reward system up once and use it all year long.
Here’s how to get started:
1. Choose a way to store your coupons for your students. If you'd like to purchase the organizer pictured, please click the link in the preview.
Then, print & cut the labels for your coupons. The small labels are .75 x 1.75 inches and the large labels are 1.5 x 4 inches.
2. Print your coupons, cut them, and put them in your organizer (this is a great job to ask a parent volunteer to help with)!
3. If you’d like to create a bulletin board display to go with your coupons, I’ve also included the letters to spell the words, “We’re Working Towards…” in both color & black/white.
4. Choose 4 - 6 rewards for students to work towards each month (and feature these on your bulletin board if you are creating one). You also might want to offer “Surprise” rewards for your students! These could be any kind of fun surprises that you find at the dollar store.
5. Print one punch card per student and have your students print which reward they’re working for. Have students keep these on the top corner of their desk during class so you can give them punches on their cards whenever you want to give a little positive reinforcement to your students.
6. Once they’ve earned 10 punches, staple the coupon they’ve earned over their 10 punches at the bottom of the card.
You might want to also initial the back of the punch card once the student has cashed in their coupon. Then, students start fresh with a new punch card!
- 24 reward coupons
- 24 labels for reward coupon drawers
- editable reward coupons in 6 colors
- editable labels for reward coupon drawers
- punch cards in 6 colors, in multi-color, and in black/white
- "This month we're working for" posters (3 color options)
- "We're Working Towards" bulletin board letters
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