Looking for a way to increase good behavior in the classroom? Here you will find Incentive charts with a fun jungle theme. The file contains 62 pages with 62 jungle clip art designs.
I use these incentive charts for a behavior plan in my classroom. When a student behaves for the day, he or she receives a sticker. Once a student receives five stickers (can be changed to any amount), they can take a trip to the treasure box or any reward of your picking. You can also use these incentive charts for any number of motivational or behavioral record-keeping tasks.
The incentive charts should be used on a monthly basis. As a teacher, you can print one design per month, multiple designs, or laminate them and reuse them each month. As a teacher, I used it both ways. I would place a sticker for the monthly ones, and for the laminated ones, I would draw a star so it could be erased at the end of the month.
Now that I’m not a kindergarten or first grade teacher, I use these as a librarian in a different way. I try to encourage students to bring back their library books on time. When the entire class brings back all of their books, the class gets a sticker. When the class earns a certain amount of stickers, they get a reward.
62 jungle clip art designs
2 incentive charts per page for easy printing
Color and black and white incentive charts
Text boxes for the names.
Needed after purchase:
Dry erase marker
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