Some kids need a constant visual reminder of what they are working towards. This is a great resource for any ages. I use them with fourth graders who have Autism and other differing abilities. For example, they hate typing and thinking of sentences but they know that when they have typed one they can move the star token up and once they have all six they get the reward (iPad time, OT, rocking chairs, reading favorite books, etc.) They help many students understand when a task will be done and what will happen after. It has been very motivating for my students the past couple of years. Let me know how you use them! :) Thanks much
Check out my site for TONS of other boards with similar look but differing number of stars and characters.
*You will need to download my FREE Fillable What Working Towards Boxes to create your own incentives for students or even better have students create them! I kept it a Microsoft word document so you can edit them. HERE IT IS:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREE-Fillable-Working-Towards-Boxes-for-Star-Charts-GREAT-for-Special-Ed-1634468
Thanks and enjoy! Let me know if you have any other ideas that work well with these. : )
-6 Chevron Number Task Cards to cut out
- I'm Working Towards Full Page (with pre-designated bottom and top (work is done) squares
*You have to download the free template to use with your specific student and what they are working towards.