Spring Summer Pencil Topper-Cover Rewards!
FUN! INEXPENSIVE! CREATIVE!
Designed by Jan McCleskey, MA, OTR, the owner of an occupational therapy clinic - The Handwriting Clinic, in Plano, Texas. Jan created these pencil covers out of a need to have some inexpensive, rewards for motivating students. Now available on Teachers Pay Teachers!
Print in color. Cut out, and then tape onto the top end of a pencil.
Optional: Teacher can print out on a single sheet (per page) of sticker paper, and cut out.
Other uses for these pencil toppers:
1. Earn as rewards to place on a desktop or folders, for good deeds or good work. Students can be proud of the labels that are earned and display them.
2. Use on desktop, folders, and pencils for students who frequently reversed letters or numbers (there are three specialty pencil toppers in this file for this use).
3. Use alphabet cue strip on pencil or folder, to help students (1. who are beginning writers and may need help in remembering each letter, or 2. for students who are alphabetizing words and need a visual cue of the alphabet.)
4. Place cut out strips in a jar – students can draw out of the jar for a pencil topper for doing good work, completing an activity, etc.
5. Place a sticker in a writing center, and students can write about a time that they did “good work” or felt “super”, “awesome”, etc.