Progress Attainment Charts
Rewards & Incentives
THE PBIS PRIZE PATROL!
PBIS - Your Positive Behavior is Showing Announcements!
Students and Staff can nominate other Staff and Students who make CGCA a "nicer place to be!"
Just write down the name of the good deed doer and their positive deed. These slips are read by the Principal over the P.A. system every week!
Then 4 slips are drawn and those whose names are chosen win a prize from the PBIS Prize Patrol!
i-Ready Superstars are announced every week and 3 names are drawn for a pick from the Prize Patrol! Be sure to meet your weekly i-Ready goal !
All students should be encouraged to earn their way to the Progress Level.
Every class must have a Progress Attainment Chart. This display should be large and easily visible. This is where the students’ days toward Progress are counted. Get Creative! We have some excellent examples throughout the building!
The Progress Board
Progress Classroom Rewards!
Students Love Certificates and they are Free!
You know they would love some one-on-one time with you!
More Simple & Cheap Ideas for Student Rewards
- Request to do the morning announcements over the PA system
- Be a helper in another classroom
- Be featured on a photo recognition board in the classroom
- Be recognized during PBIS announcements
- Be the first one in the lunch line
- Be the leader of a class game
- Be the line leader or the caboose
- Be the scout (Person who goes ahead of class to tell the special teacher they are on the way)
- Be the teacher's helper for the day
- Borrow the principal’s or the teacher's chair for the day
- Choose a book for the teacher to read aloud to the class
- Choose any class job for the week
- Assist the custodian
- Choose music for the class to hear
- Choose the game during physical education
- Choose which homework problem the teacher will give the answer to for a freebie
- Dance to favorite music in the classroom
- Design a class/school bulletin board
- Do half of an assignment
- Draw on a small white board at desk
- Earn a gift certificate to the school store or book fair
- Earn a trophy, plaque, ribbon or certificate
- Earn extra computer time
- Earn the privilege of emailing a parent at work telling of accomplishments
- Eat lunch outdoors with the class
- Eat lunch with a teacher or principal
- Eat with a friend in the classroom (with the teacher)
- Enjoy a positive visit with the principal
- Enjoy class outdoors for the whole class
- Get “free choice” time at the end of the day
- Get a “no homework” pass
- Get extra art time
- Go on a walking field trip (earn privilege for whole class) - plan the route
- Go to the library to select a book to read
- Have a drawing lesson
- Have a teacher read a special book to the entire class
- Have the teacher make a positive phone call home
- Help in a lower level class
- Listen to music while working
- Listen with a headset to a book on tape
- Make deliveries to the office
- Operate the remote for a PowerPoint lesson
- Pick a game at gym or recess that everyone plays including the teacher
- Read a book to the class
- Read to a younger class
- Receive a 5-minute chat break at the end of the class or at the end of the day
- Receive a note of recognition from the teacher or principal
- Receive a plant, seeds and a pot for growing
- Receive art supplies, coloring books, glitter, bookmarks, rulers, stencils, stamps, pens, pencils, erasers and other school supplies
- Receive verbal praise
- Select a paper back book to take home to read from the teacher’s personal library
- Sit at the teacher's desk for the day or a set amount of time
- Sit next to the teacher during story time
- Sit with a friend at lunch, assembly, etc.
- Take a free homework pass
- Teach the class a favorite game
- Teach the class a math lesson
- Use the teacher's chair
- Walk with a teacher during lunch
- Work as the Principal apprentice for 20 minutes
- Work in the lunchroom
This reward list below was generated from Intervention Central. Create your own list at that website!