“This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Teacher Rewards Kit and Acorn Influence. All text and opinions are my own.”
Whether you teach at a public school, home school, teach Sunday school, or just have kids at home, you know the benefits of rewarding students. Many of us are finding creative ways to promote positive behavior in our classroom and home, while also trying to discourage negative behaviors. Rewards and incentives are one way and I’ve found a fun and convenient way to do that.
These are fun little kits called Teacher Rewards Kits. They contain over 1,500 rewards to give your students. They come in these great little boxes that fit nicely into a teachers bag or a church bag. I love these kits because I can grab a reward certificate or a book mark for a child that I think needs it on the way out the door. Quick and convenient. My type of product!
You can pick these kits up at Walmart! They cost just under $10, and you’ll have everything you need to reward and recognize students for their hard work and successes. I love the fact that I do not have to print or cut anything out! That makes my life easy!
I love these certificates! This kit comes with 60 of them. They are all Super Hero Themed to make your kids feel like they have super powers. They are titled Your Superpower Is . . . Hero of the Week . . . and You’re Super! You can use these for Students of the Month or Week, recognizing daily successes like being a good friend or earning a 100 on a test!
These round super hero themed stickers are perfect for grading papers, incentive charts, chore charts, or for end of day behavior rewards!
These double sided Superhero bookmarks are great for rewarding students who have read all their minutes for the week. I also like using these for my birthday bags!
I really like to send home notes to parents when I see positive things that students are doing and these note pads are perfect for that. How fun would these be to use for spelling tests?
What kid doesn’t love to pretend to be a superhero? Even if you aren’t a teacher you can use these at home for your own kids or give a kit to your child’s teacher at the beginning of the school year.
Head to Walmart and while you’re picking up your kids school supplies grab one of these for your Sunday School class, your kids teachers, or your kids at home.