1. Get a hundreds chart and put it up on the wall.
2. Anytime you catch a student doing something positive, they get to initial/write their name in one of the boxes on the chart. It doesn't matter what number they choose as long as the box does not already have someone else's initials/name in it already.
3. Have the numbers 1-100 cut out and in a container of some kind.
4. When the hundreds chart is full of names, you pull random numbers out of the container. You can pull as many or as few as you would like. I think I am going to pull 5.
5. Whoever has their initials/name on the number you pull gets a reward! I am loving the coupons that I have been seeing that are not monetary (i.e. seat at the teacher's desk, pick a buddy to eat lunch with, etc.) so I will let the student pick from those coupons.
6. Start over again!
I love this because the more the student gets their name on the chart, the better the chance of them winning a reward (I smell a probability lesson!)
|Poster-sized version of my hundreds chart|
|Container looks like that holds the numbers|
The bottom part of my chart is the border I think I am going to use. I called it The Rocking Hundred because my theme this year is going to be rockstars. If you would like my hundreds chart and the numbers you can get it free below:
Our district has a great media center and I made the hundreds chart poster-sized and laminated it so that when we have finished, I can wipe it clean and start over again. Whew, that was a long post. Hopefully it is useful to ya'll!Pin It Now!