Classroom Coupons UPDATED

Sometimes it’s hard to come up with good ideas for classroom coupons. So I’ve searched for the 20 best coupon ideas I could find. Here they are (in no particular order):

  1. Wear a hat
  2. Sit at the teacher’s desk
  3. Sit in a special chair at your desk
  4. Use a pen
  5. Piece of candy
  6. Choose your classroom job
  7. Sit with a buddy
  8. Bring a stuffed animal
  9. Read a book to the class
  10. 5 bonus points
  11. Skip one night’s homework
  12. Positive note to parents
  13. 10 minutes free computer time
  14. Late work pass
  15. Bring a show and tell item
  16. Lunch with the teacher
  17. Choose a song to play during end-of-the-day clean up time
  18. Choose your spot in line
  19. Go to lunch 2 minutes early
  20. 1 free word on a spelling test

Here’s a sheet for you to use for your classroom Coupons. I recommend printing out this page and then writing your desired rewards on the page before copying it. You can write your initials on the “signed” line or just use a special teacher stamp to make sure the coupon is authentic. When I taught sixth grade, as a matter of principle, I never signed them ahead of time. If a kid chose a coupon as their prize from the prize box, I would write their name on it and sign it then.

Click here for the free printable PDF: Classroom Coupons PDF

classroom coupon sheet 1

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