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Our Class Got a Compliment! - Class Reward Chart

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Grades: K - 5

Motivate your students to keep up the good work with this classroom reward chart.

What is Positive Reinforcement?

In positive reinforcement, you apply a stimulus following a behavior that will make it more likely to occur again.

In classroom terms? It means giving a student or your whole class a reward when something good happens so they will repeat the action!

Display Accomplishments with Our Classroom Reward Chart 

As teachers, we love when a colleague or the principal sees our class and gives them a compliment like, “I love how Grade 2 is walking in the hallway!” or “Way to clean up after lunch, 5th graders!”

This reward chart will help you keep track of and display the praise your students receive to inspire them to keep it up.  

Each time your class hears something nice about their actions, add a letter to the poster. When they complete the word, your class receives their reward!

Looking for student reward ideas? Check out these prizes for upper years and lower years!

How to Make the Most of Your Poster

This resource prints as a letter-size PDF. Please use the dropdown menu to choose between the full-color or black and white options.


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