Are you looking for something to engage and motivate your students to demonstrate positive behavior? If so, this very simple PowerPoint that can make a big difference with your classroom management system. I've used this the past few years with 3rd and 4th graders and they've been VERY motivated by this fun game that I use to reward positive behavior. I use this as part of my school's PBIS program where students can "pay to play" but mainly I use this as part of my collaborative group management system. Each team/group (I have six groups) is given "team" points when they are following directions, participating, demonstrating respect... and the group with the most points at the end of a class/period/day earns the privilege to play.
How to Play:
Students randomly select one of 12 moles which takes them to a linked page with a reward/incentive posted on the page. Each mole has a hidden spinning wheel that randomly takes the students to one of six different pages. (There are 24 different pages of prizes in total which is repeated and randomized in each row.) The spinning wheel takes the assumption away from your students that each mole has the same prize linked to it making it more random for them and easier to manage for you as the teacher as you don't need to keep changing the prizes/incentives daily/weekly. There are two special links that send the students to a page that shows a “whacked mole.” The odds of clicking in those spaces are much lower (2 out of 72) so I typically give a more desirable reward for those students who "whack the mole."
I use Class Dojo so a lot of my slides include Dojo Points as rewards but you can easily edit this PowerPoint for your own personal use. Some other rewards I use include homework passes, free books/pencils, treats, prize box trips, free computer/iPad time, other... I typically change the prizes each quarter.
I hope you find this useful and your students find it motivating. Please feel free to edit to make it work for you and your classroom. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask!