Classroom economy

Implement a classroom economy to teach valuable financial skills and promote student responsibility. Discover top strategies to create a thriving and engaging learning environment.
Pre K, Classroom Jobs, Classroom Behavior Management, Classroom Rewards, Classroom Behavior, Classroom Economy, 5th Grade Classroom, Third Grade Classroom, 4th Grade Classroom

I wanted to share how I use (and have used for several years) a token economy in my classroom. I taught at different PBIS/PBS schools for 7 years, and a token economy is the perfect addition to what your school is already doing! I’ve used this system in 1st, 2nd, and 4th grades, and absolutely ... Read more

Maddie Glas
Classroom Economy System, Class Reward System, Classroom Money, Core Inspiration, Character Education Activities, Classroom Economy, Memes Gretchen, Behavior Management System, Job Cards

When it comes to classroom management, some of the most common struggles I hear about from teachers are the lack of respect students have for their learning space, and a desire to maintain a more organized classroom. If you are struggling with these, I urge you to consider utilizing well-developed classroom jobs, and a classroom […]

Jackie Keller
Classroom Jobs, Classroom Rewards, Classroom Economy, Classroom Behavior Management, Classroom Economy System, Middle School Classroom, Classroom Community, 5th Grade Classroom, Classroom Behavior

Life would be better if I could actually spend the money I print for my classroom. Click HERE to view my classroom economy set. Welcome to Classroom Economy 101: Your classroom economy may not run exactly as mine does, but that's okay. Take the parts you like and what will work best for your students. I am going to answer a couple of questions I received about the way classroom economy runs in my class. First and foremost ... BE ORGANIZED. I have a binder with all of my classroom economy…

Darby McGee