I am always trying to find ways to reward GOOD student behavior. I sometimes feel like those good students get left out because you are focusing on bad behavior. I just finished creating my "Heart Attack" Behavior Punch Cards for February. All you have to do is print them on card stock and cut out. Place student's names on the line provided and punch away. Each time you catch a student being good, punch one of the hearts out. Once he/she has all hearts punched, they can pick a prize. The teacher of course can choose what prizes they want to give. Examples might be: candy, free 100% on spelling test, pencil, etc. You could even make it a competition to see who can get the most behavior cards punched in the month of February!!! Just click here to download your FREE copy. Please be sure to go back to my TpT store and provide feedback. Thanks.
I currently teach first grade in Hays, Kansas. I have taught for eight years so far starting out in third grade for two years, moving to first grade for one year, then a 5/6th grade Math, Science, and Social Studies class. I then moved to 7th grade Reading as I finished up my master's in Reading. I loved middle school but really missed the little ones. So I am finally back in first grade and I love it.