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These adorable printables will help your class stay on task, work hard and be on their best behavior! I use them for different reasons throughout the school year, including the last two weeks of school.
Three versions are included:
♦ Popsicle Party
♦ Popcorn Party
♦ Generic Party (stars)
Each theme comes with:
♦ Color punch out card
♦ Black and white coloring incentive page
Each theme comes with colored cards that you can "punch" when your student earns it. This can be for completing their given assignment, certain desired behaviors, homework, etc. The cards can also be for negative reasons, and if a students fills up their punch card, they do not earn their reward (they lose out class party, field trip, etc.) Use these cards for so many reasons year round!
Also included for each theme are incentive coloring pages. I love to use these for assignment completion... especially the last two weeks of school while we are completing our skills review packet. They work so well to encourage students to complete their work while I am assessing. When a student completes their independent activity, they color a popsicle (or star/popcorn) on their page. They love to watch their page fill up with color as they are working hard for their incentive. I display these charts on a bulletin board so they can see their progress.
This is such a great way to focus on the positive behavior and not have to be constantly reminding students to stay on task. I can just point to their incentive pages on the wall and they get right to work!