Rewards with no cost!

I have never been good at keeping up with a treasure chest in my class.  It always seems like when it comes time to reward my students for their good behavior that I never have anything to give them.  I know several teachers that do a great job at stocking their rewards, but I am not one of those!  So, I have been rethinking some things for next year.  Here are some of the rewards that I came up with that have no cost involved!  Plus, if you get in a bind, you can always just print one of these rewards right away!

Clip Art courtesy of DJ Inkers







Hope you find these helpful!  If you have any other ideas, please let me know!  They only take a few minutes to make!

6 comments:

Mrs. Shepherd said...

Love these! Here are some ideas - Bubbles at recess, no homework, lunch with teacher, teacher's secret library pass (those are my books that I use that I don't put in the library), extra computer time, and lastly a board game pass. Just some ideas and some things I use in my room.

sandybeach1267 said...

Love them, especially the last one, I plan to use this next year! :) Thank you :)

Sheri said...

These are wonderful! I can't wait to use them. Thank you so much for creating them and sharing! Blessings!

Elizabeth Goold said...

My kids love when they get a pass for writing in marker for the day. Another very popular one is 10 minutes with the scrap paper box. I put all of the scraps from everything in one box. I also include paperclips (they weren't using them correctly! They needed a chance to try them out.), glue sticks, brads and a stapler. The things they come up with are awesome! They get really creative.

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Mrs. K said...

Thank you so much for sharing! I am always looking for incentives that don't cost me money.