These are rewards that you can use in your classroom that will not
break your pocketbook.
Make a bulletin board.
Work on a mural.
Stay in at recess and play a game with a friend.
Do only half the math assignment.
Choose any class job for the week.
Work in the lunchroom.
Be the first in line.
Sit at the teacher's desk.
Have lunch with your favorite person.
Join another class for indoor recess.
Get a free milk.
Have bread and peanut butter at snack time.
Sit by a friend for a day.
No homework pass.
Operate the filmstrip projector.
Use the typewriter or computer.
Be first to eat.
Read to someone else.
Extra center time or extra recess.
Use the couch or beanbag chair for the day.
Go to another class for lunch.
No early morning work.
Write in ink for the day.
Use the teacher's rocker instead of a desk chair.
Use stamps and ink pad.
Use the pencil sharpener any time.
Get a drink whenever you want to.
Take home a class game for the night.
Move your desk to a chosen location.
Keep an animal on your desk - stuffed.
Use the tape recorder and tape a story.
Read to a younger child.
Invite someone special to lunch.
Lunch with teacher.
Be the zoo keeper and take care of the animals.
Have the teacher phone your parents to tell them what a great kid you are.
Use clay during free time.
Chew sugarless gum for the day.
Draw on the chalkboard.
Do all the class jobs for the day.
Use colored chalk at the board or on a piece of paper.
Put fifteen marbles in the group reward jar.
Be a helper in another room with younger children.
Help the custodian.
Choose any of the rewards that you want.
Have a special sharing time to teach something to the class, set up a display,
Be leader of a class game.
Invite a friend from another class into the room for lunch.
Take a tape recorder home for the night.
Choose the music for lunch. Bring a tape, record or CD.
Use the flash cards with a friend(s).
Bring a toy from home.
Be first for show-and-tell.
Hand out lunch tickets.