Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code

Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
Reward Coupons~ 69 Interactive Scan & Earn QR Codes ~Use with or without QR Code
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Looking for an exciting, innovative way to reward your students? These Scan & Earn for Sweet Reward cards allow students to randomly pick a reward, scan it using a device with a scanner / QR code reader {can download free apps for this}, and see what reward coupon they've won! Students love scanning the QR codes! So simple, but so fun.
Don't have a QR reader? You can still use these reward cards and coupons. Ideas, directions and pictures are included in this pack to help you use this as part of your classroom management, positive reward incentives.

This pack includes:
~directions and ideas on how to use this in your class (with and without the QR codes)
~numbered contents list to print & keep track of all 69 rewards
~69 scan and earn reward cards with QR codes
~69 reward cards to use without QR codes
~Poster "I was caught making good choices" to use with reward #69
~2 pages of printable "no homework" passes {good for one assignment, the other good for one night of no homework}
~5 different Reward Coupons to use after students scan their reward
~1 "We scanned it and earned it!" class coupon to display
~1 "Help Wanted" letter asking volunteers for donations

The following rewards are included:
1. No homework pass {some are included in this pack for you to use}
2. Line leader-student leads the line for the day
3. Sit with a friend– teacher decides when and how long
4. 15 minutes of extra computer time—students or teacher chooses game / site
5. Sit at teacher’s desk
6. Eat lunch with the teacher (could do this as a small group reward)
7. Ink day: pick a pen to write with (I like to have fancy, colorful pens to choose from)
8. Wear silly socks ~ no shoes in class
9. Story teller: read a story to the class/another class—student picks story
10. Seat Swap: switch seats with a friend—teacher decides when and how long
11. Show & tell: bring in something to share with the class (can be pre-approved by teacher)
12. Fluffy Friend: bring in your favorite stuffed animal to be your desk buddy
13. Art Session: free art time in class—have materials for students to design / create
14. Pencil Pal: help sharpen pencils
15. Word Whiz: call out spelling words for test
16. Teacher’s Assistant: help teach a lesson (student or teacher may choose lesson)
17. Class pet helper (help feed class pets, clean cage / tank)
18. Do half of an assignment {with teacher’s approval}
19. Line caboose (be the back of the line helper, hold / close door)
20. PrinciPAL: help the principal
21. Bookworm: help the librarian
22. Math Helper: choose the math lesson topic / activity
23. Super Cleaner: help the school custodian
24. Teacher’s Pal: help another teacher
25. iPad app free time
26. Break time~ choose the next 3 brain break activities (tons of brain break ideas online)
27. Teacher Helper: wash tables / desks in class
28. Science experiment helper
29. Sweet! Pick a treat from the treat jar
30. Teacher’s Helper (this could be for anything needing assistance or just shadowing the teacher for the day)
31. Be colorful! Use markers or colored pencils
32. Class bingo: you can be the caller
33. Prize Box! Pick a prize
34. Free doodle time on the whiteboard (can draw on class whiteboard or individual boards)
35. Class clock-watcher {time keeper}
36. Perfect Pal: Help a friend with their work
37. Sit in the “reader’s chair” at story time (Students love my painted rocking chair!)
38. Game Picker {choose game at recess}
39. PJ day in class {wear pajamas}
40. Class mascot babysitter {take home stuffed animal from class for the night}
41. Chew gum in class (teacher may set time limits on this: before / after lunch)
42. Lead the class in a game of “Simon Says” (Ex. student says “Simon Says do 3 jumping jacks”. The class does what “Simon” (student) says. If the student says “touch your toes” and the class does so, they’re ‘out’ because the student didn’t say “Simon says” before giving the direction. Kids love this simple game {brain break!}
43. Jam Session: Listen to music in class (teacher-approved music)
44. Take note: Use a special clipboard for the day (I have several I’ve painted and decorated with ribbons and stickers. Anything besides an ordinary clipboard students love!)
45. Bubble Blower: blow bubbles at recess (you can get bubbles from dollar stores or donations)
46. Work for Fun: pick a page from “work for fun” box to do during class (I have a plastic basket to keep extra copies of papers I’ve photocopied throughout the year. I let students pick a page from this “work for fun” box to complete. I also add coloring sheets and puzzles to this basket. My students love going through the “work for fun” basket!)
47. Super Scientist: bring in a science experiment for the class to do
48. Art Teacher: teach a 10 minute drawing / art lesson to the class
49. Tattoo Time! or Pick a Sticker (I get tattoos and stickers from Oriental Trading Company, dollar stores)
50. Let your light shine! Turn off lights and wear glow bracelets during work time. (Dollar stores have glow bracelets, or ask for donations from parents to help support this reward)
51. Rise & Shine! Help with the morning message.
52. Cheer on! Lead the class in a cheer or chant or create a new one.
53. Butter me up! Let’s have a popcorn party! (donations!)

54. Cool Writer! Pick a new pencil. (I get cool, colorful pencils from dollar stores)
55. Movie Director: record a short video and share with the class (Use an iPad, iPhone, video camera, or other recording device to let students record a short video —recess, centers, lunch, etc. to share with the class)
56. Secret Name Taker (This is designed to be a POSITIVE name taker. I give students a spiral notebook and they choose a marker to ‘secretly’ write names of students working hard, on task, making good choices. No one can see the names but the name taker and myself. I tear out the notebook page and keep it in a “secret” place. Students want their name on my Secret list!)
57. Paper Checker: Help check or stamp papers. (We love Mr. Sketch scented markers!)
58. You’re so bright! Wear cool shades all day (students may bring their own)
59. Dance Party! 10 minutes of Just Dance / Kidz Bop (You Tube has these videos or you can download / buy Kidz Bop CDs) *Any upbeat music would work for this reward!
60. Cool pick! Let’s have a popsicle party! (remember this could possibly be a donated item)
61. “Baking” good choices: What will it be? {doughnuts, cookies, cupcakes, brownies...} (I let students choose and usually purchase these from a bakery)
62. Play Dough Play: create something and share it with the class
63. Book Picker: Pick a story to be read aloud for story time
64. Cool Math: Use a calculator during math.
65. Broom Master: Help sweep the floor (Something about my pink broom and dust pan makes kids want to sweep the entire floor!)
66. WILD CARD {Choose your reward}
67. Comedy break: Share jokes with the class (I always let kids tell me the jokes first before sharing)
68. Feelin’ Smart! Help with the Smartboard
69. Say Cheese! Get a picture with the “Caught Making Good Choices” poster {included in this pack} (I included a poster for you to use, but you can also create your own, writing any title. When students get their picture taken with this poster, you can have an area in your classroom to display their pictures)

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