These sticker charts are simple to use, yet an effective classroom management strategy. In this blog post, I explain how I like to use sticker charts.
When I started teaching, I didn't have any teaching resources, so I grabbed some pieces of construction paper, wrote the teachers names on them, and laminated them. I divided them by 9 weeks just like you see on these.
Every time you see your students, they can earn 1-3 stickers, based on that classes behavior. At the end of the 9 weeks, if each class earned their sticker goal, they get a 9 week reward. This reward can be listening to their favorite music, doing a mini talent show, or even a choice day.
Simply hang these sticker charts on your wall (one for each class), get some stickers, and have a student of the week put the amount of stickers their class earned on their chart each time music class is over that day.
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