Increase student motivation with this set of 25 coupons to use as a classroom reward system.
Are you looking for an easy classroom reward that you can have ready at the beginning of the year? Your students will love these 25 unique reward coupons for positive classroom management. These coupons focus on rewarding students with privileges that make them feel special. Farewell, treasure box! These coupons will make your students feel special and increase intrinsic motivation.
These coupons include 8 copies per page. In this resource, you will find some of the following coupons:
- Lunch with a friend
- Sit with a friend
- Lunch with the teacher
- Line leader
- Teacher helper
- Tell a joke
- Sit in a special spot
- Switch seats
- Wear a hat
- Bring a stuffed animal
- Wear a costume
- Computer time
- Listen to music
How to Use This Resource in Your Classroom
These coupons can be used to replace extrinsic rewards, such as treasure box items or candy. In addition, these coupons will help save you money since there is no need to buy small prizes for students continually.
Choose to hand coupons out on a daily or weekly basis. Coupons can be stored in student pencil boxes, folders, etc., until it is time for them to redeem their reward. For some added fun, encourage your students to think of other coupons they would like and add these to the editable version.
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Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between the color PDF, black and white PDF, or editable Google Slides version of this resource.
Print on cardstock for added durability and longevity. Place all pieces in a folder, large envelope, or sort them into a plastic organizer for easy access.
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