Reward Tags Your Students Can Color! Similar to Brag Tags

Rachel Lynette
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  1. This bundle includes 4 products to help keep you and your students happy and productive throughout the year. You get:60 quick, easy, and fun Brain Break Cards.35 different no-cost Reward Coupons.50 Reward Tags that your students can color.20 Growth Mindset Affirmation Posters that your students can
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Take Reward Tags to the next level with your older students. Rather than just receiving the tag, students take an active role by coloring and finishing the tag themselves! This will increase their "buy in" and motivation to attain the tags and reinforce the character traits on each one, as students will think about the words on the tags as they color.

There are 50 tags altogether, each with a different positive character trait and a unique background to color.

Because your students color the tags, there is no laminating for you! Instead, students “laminate” their own tags after coloring with either clear packing tape or contact paper. Saves you time and money, builds independence for your students.

The tags are printed 15 to a page for easy printing and are just under 2” wide by 2.5 inches high when completed.


Suggestions for Use :

-Print on card stock, if possible, for extra durability.

-Your students will value them more if you don’t give out too many – maybe one or two a week per student. You can give a student the same tag more than one time. They can just color it differently.

-Consider writing a quick note on the back to personalize the tag.

-Well-sharpened, colored pencils work well. They are more forgiving than markers.

-Consider setting up a Reward Tag supply area or center with colored pencils, packing tape on a dispenser or pre-cut contact paper rectangles, scissors, and a hole punch.

-Reward Tags that have been given out are often kept on a necklace, but older kids may prefer a large binder ring. Necklaces or rings can be kept on hooks

-Reward Tags that have not been given out can be kept in a plastic craft bin with many small compartments or in baggies or envelopes.


Find More I Heart Coloring Products Right Here!


Tags Included (See the Free Preview to see them all):

Made a Wise Choice

Problem Solver

Peace Maker

Above and Beyond

Manners Matter

You Did it!

Perfect Participation

100% Effort

Super for the Sub

Bright Idea

Tried Something New

Terrific Teamwork

Super Helper

Met that Goal

Ray of Sunshine

Fantastic Friend

Got Grit

Quiet Worker

Kept Trying

Hard Worker

On Task

Deep Thinker

Growth Mindset

Gave 100%

Positive Attitude

Kindness Counts

Good Listener

Self Control















Stellar Speller

Writing Wizard

Math Whiz

Super Scientist

Tech Genius

Reading Rockstar

Amazing Artist

Awesome Athlete


Other Great Resources:

Brain Breaks

Reward Coupons

Growth Mindset Posters Your Students can Color

Paragraph of the Week for Grades 3-6


Copyright/Terms of use:

These posters were hand-drawn and copyrighted by Rachel Lynette. They are for personal and single classroom use only. You may not alter, redistribute, sell, or put these posters on the internet. Thank you for respecting the copyright.


Happy Teaching,

Rachel Lynette

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