Three different levels of token boards: three tasks, four tasks, and five tasks to earn a reward. These are great to use with students who need a lot of structure and frequent positive reinforcement. Determine how often a student will earn a star (after each task is complete, after 30 seconds of working behavior, after each question, etc.) and use whichever board you think would be most appropriate for your students reinforcement frequency. Having multiple levels of task completion helps students build stamina. There are 24 preselected reward choices, but feel free to use your own!
This works wonderfully for students who have a special education diagnosis, and can be used during any setting of the day. I have used token boards with students in academic settings, PE, music, art, and unstructured settings such as lunch and recess.
Available in color and in black and white. Reward choices only available in color, but can be seen well when printed on a black and white printer.
Self-contained special education