In celebration of celebrating a recent TpT milestone, I’m super excited to offer a pack of my Incentive Punch Cards for free this week! Hurry though – they’re only free through Saturday!!
Find them here!
Visual reinforcement is always best and these punch cards are a fun, easy way to encourage your students to do their best. Some ideas for use include homework completion, attendance, appropriate behavior during the day, reading logs – the possibilities are endless!
I also have the following designs available too, so you can match basically anything in your classroom!:
– Rounded Box Design
– Striped Design
– Chevron Design
– Themed Design
If you follow along often, you’ll know that I love highlighting some of the great school counseling-related products available on TeachersPayTeachers. Some of the time, it’s bit selfishly motivated because if I write about it for all of you, I’m much better at remembering later that the particular resource exists, so I don’t have to go recreate the wheel when it’s already saved somewhere on my computer or hiding under a pile of IEPs! The other reason is because there are so many amazing teacher-authors out there sharing their classroom tested activities, games, and tips on TeachersPayTeachers and I want every time-crunched, exhausted, creativity-craving school employee out there to see all the great stuff they can get with just the click of a mouse!
Today, I wanted to show you a great packet put together by Clever Classroom that contains TONS of unique attention-getters. I’ve realized that more and more of my groups seemed to be filled with kids who struggle with focus and remaining on-task and I keep meaning to use something like this to keep us where we need to be.
They have a bunch of verbal attention getters:
and nonverbal ones too!
and the best part is that this guide is free! Just head over to her store and pick it up here. Awesome resource! I might even put up a copy in our faculty lounge….hmmm!
Do you have any that work well for your groups or classroom?
The other day, I came across this great goal planning sheet. I was looking for a way to help my students create goals for themselves to work toward over the summer and thought this would work perfectly! It was created by 3rd Grade Thoughts and offered for free on TeachersPayTeachers! I especially love that it gives students an opportunity to evaluate their own progress toward a goal rather than just discussing the steps and final outcome. So head on over and pick up this awesome product!