Monday, March 28, 2011

Reward Incentives

A couple of weeks ago, I made one of my kiddos a gumball reward chart to encourage her positive behavior. It didn't work very well, but that's beside the point! A couple other girls kept asking me when they were going to get their gumball chart! Well they definitely don't need one, but I wanted to make them something to encourage them and praise their positive behavior that they always show. So I made these mini gumball cards using my free Lettering Delights clipart, to give to my students when I catch them doing something good!

Click on the gumball machine for the download



6 comments:

  1. Thanks Hadar! LOVE IT!!!!
    -Rachelle
    whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

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  2. Great idea!! How cute :) I definitely would have loved that when I was kid..and now as well! xoxo

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  3. Super cute!!! This might be something I could actually use... No Gum is pretty much the biggest rule we have on campus and I normally flip when I see a student with gum in my classroom (it always ends up under the table). If I get one of those old fashioned gumball machines, I could give these cards to students and they could come after school to pick up a gumball! Haha... Great Idea, Hadar!

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  4. Since you mentioned Lettering Delights, I'm hoping you can help me out! I am not a blogger (not that creative), but obviously you know how to use the free clip art from lettering delights. I registered and got the email for the free clip art but apparently I don't know how to use it! How do you download/save clip art and fonts to use on worksheets and activities that you make? I'd appreciate any help!

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  5. Sure Amanda. Email me and I will help you out hadarmaor {at} hotmail.com

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  6. While student teaching my cooperating teacher had a marble and whenever a student was caught doing something good, they got to put a marble in the jar. For example, "John, got his reading book out right away. Thanks for listening. You can put a marble in the jar." Then all the kids would hurry up and do it. Some of the more challenging students added a a certain amount of marbles at the end of the day depending on their behavior chart results. When the marble jar was full, they were rewarded with a PJ party, popcorn party, movie day, extra recess. It would be adorable if you did something like this with gumballs. It worked really well!

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