This Bravo board is a great tool to use with your classroom management. To positively reward students for on-task behavior, allow them to write their name in one square of the Bravo board. When all of the squares have been filled up, draw from a hat one letter (B, R, A, V, O) and one number (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and reward the winning student with an incentive.
I would love a display like this in my future classroom! Each child's name would be written on a clothes pin and they would be in charge of choosing which work they would like to display. They could pick the one that they are most proud of to show off, to show off their hard work.
FREEBIE! I’ve found that the most effective way to keep things calm (yet still fun!) in my classroom is to constantly mix up my reward system! My expectations always stay the same, but how I reward positive behavior is constantly changing. In order to keep things fresh and fun, we started using this motivating Bravo Behavior Board I made up in our classroom.