Here are French reward cards for students that focus on non-monetary rewards. On the first page you will see all of the different kinds of rewards. It is my master sheet that students get to choose from. On the subsequent pages there are 8 cards for each of the different types of reward so you can hand them out to students. I laminate, then cut them out for re-use.
If you would like the blank sheet where you can write in your own amount of points per reward, please let me know and I will give it to you. :)
The only reward that costs me money is the sticker one. I buy a couple of big sticker books & they last me a couple of years.
I give students the coupons in a large roll from the dollar store for each point they get for behaviours (that we decided as a class) that they should earn rewards for. They keep their points in a baggie in their desk. When it comes to reward day they take them out and count them (using ten frames, groups of 5, 2, etc.) using their preferred method. They then decide which rewards they want to cash their coupons in for. If a student wants two rewards, I have them figure out how many they owe me by adding the two together.
I do the exchanging for a reward in small groups throughout the day so it doesn't get overwhelming & students aren't waiting a long time. I usually start out the year doing cashing in rewards every 2 weeks but it quickly moves to only once a month. Some students choose to save their rewards some weeks.
I decide when students will use the "eat lunch with a friend" reward (usually when I'm on lunch duty), and they bring their reward card home to show their parents & then bring in their stuffed animal or sunglasses, etc. to school the next day. They hand in their reward card when it is used.