This was an easy thing to make. I took a whiteboard that I bought at Target a few years ago and wasn't currently utilizing elsewhere and decided to use it to reinforce good behavior. So many kids are used to having to write their names on the board when they do something wrong. I ask them to write their name on the board when they do something well. I also say thinks like "every kid in the school comes into this room and they'll see your name and know that you did something totally awesome." Old whiteboard with a colorful border and dry erase markers hanging from the edge. It took me about 20 minutes to make (getting it to hang was the tricky part-- 3m hooks are amazing!) and put up. Now they have a special spot in the room to write their name and I've put my whiteboard back into use.
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