Saturday, February 25, 2012

Reading Tent and More Behavior Coupons....

A few weeks ago, I blogged about how I was getting rid of my class treasure box and switching over to behavior coupons.

Previous Post: Behavior Coupons

Mission Accomplished~

My kids actually love it better than I anticipated. Woo-Hoo!

Today I am sharing with you four additional coupons I created for my students.  Feel free to download the Google Docs below if you would like to use them with your classroom friends.
Board Game Coupon

Favorite Hat Coupon

PJ's Coupon



One of the coupons earned allows "my friends" to read in the Reading Tent during our Daily 5 Literacy Block.  My kids are eagerly earning 15 stickers in their sticker booklets to earn this privledge as well as the many others of choice.



I made this tent using a twin sheet.  Yes- a $2.49 - twin sized sheet I picked up at a local goodwill store.  It is SUPER EASY to make.  Believe me. My sewing skills are very limited and I was able to achieve success. The total project cost less than $8.


Want to make your own?  Click on over to Susan at Obsessively Stitching for a quick tutorial.  The great thing with this tent is that it is easily portable and folds nicely to be tucked in the corner behind your classroom door if more floor space is needed for classroom activities.

Toodles~

Disclaimer: This was my first attempt at linking an image to a google doc.  The images could be cleaned up around the edges more. The more I work with this technique the better I'll become:-) After three hours of Youtubing and googling how to do this, I think my mission is accomplished.

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