Printable Lettering Sets for Classroom Display
Create attractive, colourful display board headings using our Instant Display digital, printable lettering sets. Alphabet sets with assorted backgrounds.
50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing
50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!
Brown Sugar Roasted Carrots Recipe
Brown Sugar Roasted Carrots - sweet and garlicky carrots roasted to perfection! The easiest and most delicious way to enjoy this vegetable!
Reading Raffle Tickets - Reading Incentive
I use these tickets to motivate my students to complete their reading logs. Every time a student completes a reading log, he/she is given a ticket. Once a month, we have a "Reading Raffle." I raffle off brand new books I've purchased myself (or with points through Scholastic). The kids LOVE this...
This would be cool to do for the school-wide reading challenge. Find small, lightweight objects that are the same size to do this on the bulletin board to make it look more interesting, or the paper with the student's name and book? Or popsicle sticks? Different color per grade? They're light enough....
punch card bookmark to encourage & reward reading - It's Always Autumn
Good idea to encourage and reward reading: free printable punch card bookmarks. Punch a hole each time kids read, and when the card is full they get a reward. Good idea for reluctant readers.
Classroom Rewards That Won't Break the Bank
If you're tired of digging into your own pockets to find ways to motivate your students, you need to check out these FREE reward coupons. You can even use the editable option to add your own coupons.
Accelerated Reader School Challenge
As a school goal, this year we are challenging our students to earn 35,000 Accelerated Reader points. If we reach our goal, volunteer faculty will participate in a good old fashioned water fight…
"I can't find a book!" Every teacher dreads hearing this from a student. I have found a way to bring order to the chaos of my hundreds of books. The best part is, I no longer hear that dreaded phrase. My secret weapons? Plastic bins from the dollar store, recycled cardboard boxes, a lot of dedication, The Classroom Booksource website, and lots of time to put it all together. This portion of the library hosts genre bins for genres like comics, realistic fiction, mystery, science fiction…
Teaching With Terhune
Need help motivating your students to read and take Accelerated Reader tests? These rewards and reward cards do that! By using this reward system many students will have at least 100 points by the time the school year ends! By using this reward system my first graders will read no less than 200 books during the school year! And we all know that the more a child reads the better they get at it! The Accelerated Reader Rewards include: 5 points = Bookmark 10 points = Candy 15 points = Pencil…