Rules and rewards resources
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.
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.