TES collection Rewards
Getting the best from your pupils often means tapping into their need for recognition and praise - here are some simple but effective tools to help you do just that.
Resources collated by Tom Bennett.
- Handy printable reward stickers of popular cartoon characters that younger kids will love to collect.
- Great reward stickers if your kids are fans of a certain yellow cartoon boy from Springfield.
- Photocopiable resource that can be made into quick, attractive stickers.
- A personal behaviour report that focuses on the positive.
- A whole class reward chart based on a football league table.
- Themed reward chart focusing on homework.
- Racing car chart designed to be used with ticks or stickers.
- Two more charts: one designed to track progress, another to track golden time accumulation.
- A personalised behaviour page the teacher can use to encourage achievement.
- Personalised individual charts that can be stuck in the pupil’s book and ticked off.
- Everyone likes pirates! Laminate these to create a wall-based game to track progress.
Posters and certificates
- Laminate this eager beaver poster and give it to your hero of the day.
- Reward certificates that kids will run home to show their parents.
- Daily certificate to reward the children of your choice.
- Elegant certificate that allows you to specify the amount of reward given, and why.
- A poster designed to highlight that special pupil and raise esteem
- Print onto sticky-back paper for instant rewards
- Cute reward wristband that emphasises punctuation.
- An unusual twist on the reward slip- a wristband that will undoubtedly be worn for days.
Reward slips and postcards
- Cute postcards to communicate great work to parents.
- Reward slips with an elegant, scroll-like design
- Another way to award the younger pupils with a series of unusual tags.
- Nice mix of PowerPoints and activities for children and teachers to use to understand rules and rewards.
- A behaviour chart with a range of stickers to aim for, like bingo, to achieve a reward.
- Powerpoint for when you really want to make a fuss of someone at the end of the day.
- Merit card with space for stickers
- Teachers TV video discussing how different teachers view rewards
Tom offers behaviour management advice in the TES forums where you can speak to him if you have a question or are looking for some guidance.