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Improve behavior in your classroom with these fun and attractive incentive charts. These are especially useful for emotionally handicapped students. I have included reward cards to paste to the chart so students can choose exactly what reward they are working towards. I have also included corresponding 'stickers' to place on the incentive charts. Simply print, laminate, cut them, and place an adhesive or velcro to the back so the 'stickers' can be used over and over again.
This is such a positive way to improve student behavior and provide rewards for their efforts!
Included 10 charts in 2 versions: -Version 1: Typical incentive chart. The child adds the corresponding picture to the square when told to by the teacher. This could be for something that corresponds with your behavior management system, meeting testing goals, or any other incentive need you may have.
-Version 2: This incentive chart adds an extra little spin on the everyday incentive chart. Included in this chart is a space for the child or student to write what their behavioral goal is. I especially enjoy using this chart with emotionally handicapped students because the goal is clearly stated on the chart as a constant reminder. I always keep the chart in front of them where they can always see it to encourage the desired behavior.
Both charts include a space to display the reward the student is working towards to help encourage the child to demonstrate the desired behavior/performance.
There is also a small and large version of each chart. Totaling to 30 options of incentive charts.
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I am third year teacher. My first year of teaching, I taught both kindergarten and first grade. What a challenge but also what fun! This year, I teach only first grade. I completed my student teaching in a second grade classroom but also have experience in pre-k and fourth grade.