Ugly Christmas Sweater win!- Teacher could wear as a behavior reward for the class- kids would be so surprised when she put her arms up.
Elf Kisses, Kits Available, Great Student Gift
(Edited on 6-21-18 ) I have kits available for you to make your own "Elf Kisses" elves. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for mor...
Free time activity wheel... You can modify daily or weekly for classroom activities that are available: read a book, finish a project, start on homework, play an educational computer game, etc.
Pencils, Paper and Pixie Dust
I'm so doing this for September!Instead of a Treasure Box, create a binder full of super, educational, and FREE rewards. Kids will love this. Found on Pencils, Paper and Pixie Dust.
All About the Packaging: Candy Button Punch Box Tutorial
We created this punch box to use for the Candy Button Trivia game we played at our Maddie-licious party. It's pretty easy but does take a little bit of time. You'll need: 4 white poster boards a circle cutter tissue paper in the colors of your choice glue 18 paper lunch bags prizes packing tape…
50 Ways To Reward A Child For Free - A La Naturale
I love rewarding my children. When they behave well, make an effort to try new things and achieve milestones I’m always one to give praise. And I know as they grow there will be plenty more opportunities, because there will hundreds of ‘firsts’ that I will just want to celebrate. There will also be occasions …
What the Teacher Wants!
I definitely didn't invent this, and you've all probably heard of it already. If not, keep reading. Right before the end of the day, our floor is always a mess! The perfect solution... MAGIC SCRAP! Look around the room and find one or two pieces of paper (or a crayon, or a pencil...), laying on the ground. Call out, "Magic scrap!" Your students will immediately drop to the floor and begin picking everything up. Whoever finds the magic piece gets a small prize. It's the best way to get your…
DIY Car Wash and Air Travel Helps!
Try this brilliant idea for helping the kids behave on your next trip, and build your own DIY car wash with simple dollar store items!