Teaching Resource

Visual Reward Chart

$2.99 or Free on Plus | 12 pages (PDF, Word)|Grades: Pre-K - 6

A visual reward chart along with token and reward cards to use in the classroom.

Visual reward charts are a great tool to use with students with autism and other disabilities. It provides a visual reminder of what the student is working for. Simply print, laminate, and add some Velcro dots! They are wonderful to have in both the special education and general classroom.

Give the student a variety of rewards to choose from. When they have selected one, attach it to the board. Each time they meet an expectation, or a behavior goal, place a token on their chart.  When the student earns the set number of tokens on the chart, they receive their reward.

This resource includes:

  • 1 × 3-token reward chart
  • 1 × 5-token reward chart
  • 20 × star token cards
  • 20 × coin token cards
  • 20 × monster token cards
  • 20 × flower token cards
  • 20 × thumbs up token cards
  • 36 × reward cards
  • 20 × blank token cards
  • 12 × blank reward cards.
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  • An editable version is now available. It also allows one to change the color of the border on the chart.

    Addition by Paul (Teach Starter) Mar 5th, 2020

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