Have you heard about scratch off cards? They are very easy to make and the students LOVE them! I have made the template in word for you. You can type in your name and type in any incentives that you would like for your class. This really was a hit in my classroom last year. I gave each student a positive point when they were caught doing something good. After the student got 10 positive points, I gave them a scratch off card. If the student for 3 negative points (for doing an unwanted behavior (or not doing homework), they would miss out on a special activity.
To make the scratch off cards I used liquid dish soap , Metallic Silver Acrylic Paint, and a paint brush. You also need clear contact paper, or clear tape, or a laminator.
The first time I made these, I printed them on cardstock, put tape over the area that I wanted to paint, and it worked great.
The second time I made them I got a little smarter! I used my school laminator to laminate the entire card and then I just used the paint solution to create my cards! I recommend doing it that way.
You need to mix 2 parts paint to one part liquid soap. I used 2tbs paint : 1tbs soap. Mix well.
Cut up and tape the clear contact paper to the area you want to be scratched off. Paint over the contact paper area. I found that if I let the mixture stand about 20 minutes, it works better. A second coat may be needed.