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Sunday, August 7, 2011

Updated Behavior Incentive Catalog

Hi everyone!  Enjoying sunshine, waves, & a fabulous time with my family at the beach in Charleston!  I had a couple of requests for my behavior catalog to be adjusted to work for kindergarten and other grades.  I am posting a copy for kindergarten, second, and third for all!  Enjoy!  Last week of vacation for this little teacher!



 

6 comments:

Marlana

You're the greatest! Thank you so much for adding Kindergarten!

✿Marlana
Lil' Country Kindergarten

Mel D

These are fabulous! Thanks so much for the share! My wheels are turning right now! Is there a way you can email this in Word so I can shrink it down & make mini signs to laminate to hand out to the kids??? I will share anything from my TPT store if your interested. Thanks for considering. My email is seusstasticblogspot@gmail.com
Peace, Mel D
Oh the Places We’ll Go

mindy

LOVE it! THanks for sharing! I'd like to add one for 'Teacher Chair' so the kids could sit in the teacher's chair for a day. Could you email it to me as well? I'm also thinking about shrinking it down and making coupons to give to the kids as they earn.
Thanks!
Mindy
domibrojianer@gmail.com

Marlana

My students absolutely loved the behavior catalog this year! I still gave them the choice between the treasure box and the behavior catalog and I was always shocked how many students chose the behavior catalog. Stinky Feet and eating lunch with a student from another class were the favorites this year. :) Thanks again for adapting it to Kdg.

Blessings,
Marlana
Lil' Country Kindergarten

Rose

Love It!! Great alternative to the treasure box and my class theme is Wild About Kindergarten.
Thanks so much for sharing.

Rose
"The Wonderful World of Kindergarten"

Beth

Great idea! Thanks for sharing! Do you reward once a week? I have done prize box every Friday for my students that do all of their homework...how could I adapt it so they can use this instead so that it is not a management headache?

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