“On the Nice List!” Cards
- The students could cash in their cards for prizes or special privileges.
- The cards could be used to raffle off prizes or special privileges.
- The student with the most at a checkpoint could win a prize or special privileges.
- All students who have a certain amount of cards by a checkpoint could receive a
prize or special privilege.
- These cards could also just be used as motivation to behave with no extrinsic
Choose students throughout the week or day to write their name on a square on the bingo board. At the designated time (at the end of the day or at the end of the week), use the cards to draw a number and a holiday image to choose a winner. The winner can win a prize or a special privilege. The holiday bingo board can be printed, laminated and written on with a vis-à-vis marker to save copies.To grab these freebies click on the image below.
Speaking of time saving tips, have you seen these Just Print, easy to use printables for Math, Reading and Writing in my TpT store?
And finally, my Just Print Reading Resources are perfect for independent reading, guided reading, or homework. Each pack contains three passages (a poem, an informational passage, and a fiction story). The students love these themed stories and the activities that go with them.
I love the holiday tie-in you use with everything! What a creative way to manage behaviors!! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂
Joey Udovich says
I LOVE everything that you do!!! You're my blogging buddy, but I am still one of your biggest fans! Great post, Jennifer!!
Jennifer Findley says
I know several kiddos who could benefit from those. Thanks for sharing!