How to Organize Classroom Prizes and Class Store Organization

Are you wondering how to organize classroom prizes? Do you have a classroom store as a behavior incentive? This classroom organization tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.

A vital part of classroom management is knowing how to manage student behaviors. I find it is best to keep things fresh by using different behavior management strategies throughout the year. Some of my favorite include:


I have also used a classroom economy system which was lots of fun and very motivating for the students.

If you use a "class store" as an incentive in your classroom, then you may find this idea to be useful. I have used a classroom economy system in the past and kept all of the "inventory" in plastic shoe boxes. Part of the reason I did away with it was that it was a hassle to pull everything out and set up. I like this because:
  • Everything is visible at once.
  • If it's placed on the back of a closet door, it will easily be out of sight and out of mind when not in use.
  • These plastic organizers can be found for cheap, and that is always a great thing.
Are you wondering how to organize classroom prizes? Do you have a classroom store as a behavior incentive? This classroom organization tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.



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