Our little first grader came home from school last week; telling my husband and I that he needs to keep his 3. We asked him what does he mean that he has to keep his 3? He proceeded to tell us that 3 is a yippee, 2 is a oops, and 1 is a yikes. If he gets a yikes meaning a 1; he will have to call home. My husband and I asked him, "well what did you get today?" He said, "of course a 3," and then he said, "that if he gets a 3 every single day," "then by next week Monday he will be able to go to the treasure chest," "and pull out a little surprise." That was for having good behavior all of last week. I think having a reward system in place at school; is a great idea. Our son really gets excited when he keeps his 3 all day. We feel that he is really starting to understand; how it is important to be on his best behavior. I mean don't get me wrong; my husband and I are all about teaching our kids the importance of being on their best behavior. But it can definitely be a struggle at times. So I am glad that our son's teacher has put this system into place.
Does your child's school have a reward system in place for behavior? Please Share :)