Do you have kids who should be rewarded for their excellent day? Of course you do! When I first started teaching, I was told to reward the behavioral kids who didn't act out that day. I thought, "What about the kids who do what they are supposed to do every day? What's for them?" So, along came Super Day. There is one Super Day per day.
Run the pages off on card stock. You get two Super Day cards on each page. Get lots of stickers. Oriental Trading is a great sticker resource. Load the cards with stickers and display in a prominent place in your classroom.
At the end of each day, make the announcement that you are ready to do Super Day. Everyone will listen. Don't say who it is right away. Say what this person has done, what you noticed about them that day, how they are behaving, etc. At the end, announce your pick. Have a small chart handy so the winner can place a sticker next to his/her name. The Super Day winner gets to be my helper for everything the next day. That lets me off the hook for having to come up with a job chart!
I try to get to all of the kids before I start Round 2 of Super Day. If you have students who have a hard time behaving, they will do their best to get Super Day. Give it to them as soon as you see a good day. I give a homework pass when anyone gets 5 Super Days.
There doesn't seem to be an age limit to Super Day. When I moved from 3rd to 5th, repeat students demanded that I do Super Day. It's also fun if you give a student teacher Super Day on his/her last day.
Have fun and have a Super Day!