Sunday, August 14, 2011

Behavior at the Beach. . .

Where in the world did the summer go?!?!  Can't believe I'm officially reporting back to school tomorrow!  I was just telling Mr. Perry today that even though I should know what I'm doing by now I get nervous around this time of year!  There are so many What If's. . .that run through my mind. . .

Anyway-on to what this post is really about classroom management, behavior systems, and rewards. . . 

I SO loved Sarah's post about "beehavior" catalog's that I decided to whip up a few of my own.  I am so excited about donating all of those little prizes, stickers, and toys to the children's ministry at my church!  


Here are some of the rewards. . .

So everyday that a student is on "green," they earn a ticket.  They can also earn additional tickets throughout the day by being a good citizen.   One of my classroom jobs is the "ticket master."  This person checks the "Behavior at the beach-tree" and passes out tickets.   You'll notice that some of the prizes include trading tickets in for "Bronco Bucks."  That's because we have a school wide "Bronco Store" with all kinds of gadgets prizes in it (that are paid for by the school).  I love the idea of giving them tickets and letting them decide which kind of reward they want.

  

I also added an order form with a few questions for the students to answer about their reward and suggestions for future prizes/rewards. 

 




15 comments:

  1. I love it! Last year I had a ticket store. The rewards were presented as a list. But, I love your full size pages. Thanks for always sharing your fun ideas!

    Alicia
    First Grade Factory

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  2. So cute thanks for sharing your behavior system!! I am having a giveaway if you want to check it out!

    Miss J @ smilescrayonsandendlessstories

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  3. that's one way of letting students to behave well by motivating them on those rewards.

    Nice post!

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  4. This is DELIGHTFUL. I love your tree and the rewards. A beautiful, creative piece of artwork. I also noticed you linked my blog under grades 2-4... thank you so much! I am honored! - Victoria @ love4thgrade.blogspot.com

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  5. I always get a little nervous every school year. Check out my blog for a great giveaway http://petersonsprimarypeeps.blogspot.com/
    Have a great start of the school year!

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  6. How great! And I love how it's all beach themed :)

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  7. Super cute ideas! I love the No shoes reward. I have a few kinders that would go for that :)

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    firstgradeFUNdamentals.blogspot.com

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  12. Oh my gracious"! I love this! Thanks so much for sharing.

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    A Kinder Garden In Bloom

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