Just like Homeworkopoly, this is a reward system for your classroom bulletin board display. Use as a behavior management chart system without a clip chart. Students play similar to the well known board game while earning real treats from you! I use it instead of clip charts and kids love it.
Easy to set up!
↠Print, cut and laminate all the sheets. Set up on your wall like you would set up any bulletin board décor. But this is not just decoration! This is a reward system. In the beginning of the year, I put this up on my wall (it's 36 in x 36in). Every student gets a game pawn (I use clothes pins so I can clip them to the game). They roll the dice every time they have earned a turn if they have completed whatever task they had to do (like doing their homework, good behavior, etc.). They move their clothes pin forward according to the number they rolled. When they land on a game space, they earn something or have to do what the game space says. When kids complete a task, they roll the dice and move along on the board landing on a stop and earning the treat listed.
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↠ 1 File with all the printables. (27 PDF slides)
↠ 1 PDF editable file for the chance cards (font embedded)
↠ 1 Power Point Editable file for the chance cards (use your own font)
↠ Written directions
A rewards game that can be used to motivate kids about any task. Print, laminate, cut and post on your wall! Play it every day or pick a special task that they need to complete in order to play. It’s that easy.
1. You will need dice and some type of game pawn. I use clothes pins with my kid’s names written on them. Kids move their pawn forward around the game as they roll the dice.
2. Start in the green square with the word ‘Start’ on it. Move the pawns left all
around the board.