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    behavior Bingo
    By firstgraderox

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    I saw the post last year for Behavior bingo - I copied 2 100 charts and laminated them. One I attached with magnets to the blackboard and the other I cut up and put in a container (also attached to the blackboard). I included a few blanks along with the individually cut numbers. The students chose their reward (extra recess always seems to be the first one in 1st grade, as it is their first year on the "big" playground). When the whole class' behavior warrants, I draw a number for a child to read. Then, I color in that corresponding number with crayon or dry erase marker. I stuck up a small cup for the used numbers. If a child draws a blank it is their choice of which # I color in. Bingo worthy behavior could include quiet walking in hallway, good behavior at specialist time, cafeteria time, etc. Once a bingo is made, the reward is given, numbers erased and a new reward is voted on. It really worked out great last year! Plus my first graders got some practice in identifiying numbers! Good luck! Check the archives for more info!:)

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