No Cost Prize Box!

Earlier in the year, these little positive incentives were going around Pinterest. I downloaded it, printed, laminated and added it to the prize box in my classroom. (From FlapJack Educational Resources)
Aren't they adorable! Click on the picture to download and see the pack Tabitha has made! It looks huge, 160 pages I think!! 
Each time I refilled my prize box, I was probably spending $20, so at least $100 across the year. I added these into the prize box and the children LOVE them! They scheme to get different cards, they trade them, keep them until they really need them and often pick them instead of the little toys, pencils and pens. What great incentives! So they asked if I could make up some more. Mine aren't as cute as the ones I downloaded - but all the ideas are the children's!

I wasn't going to upload these to my TpT or TM, rather keep them just for lovely teachers who read my blog. I know they are not nearly as cute as the ones I downloaded, but if you would like a copy - please leave a comment with your email address below and I will email the pdf to you. 

And while I am here, I might as well have a little happy dance! Tomorrow is the last day of Term 3 - can you see me doing my happy dance? 2 weeks of sleep ins! It is going to be fabulous! I LOVE the Australian system of teaching 10 weeks and then having 2 weeks holidays - then 10 more weeks etc. It's great!


  1. We LOVE rewards that don't break our bank! Very creative and the kids will love it! Thanks for sharing!

    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

  2. Look good to me! I'd love a copy

  3. I would love a copy :)
    Thank you for sharing

  4. I would love to have the PDF!! I teach 4th grade and spend a fortune on prizes!!

  5. I absolutely love the idea of frugal incentives for the kids!! Great idea and thanks for sharing.


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