I wasn't sure where to post this...the behavior management section or Kindergarten. So, I posted it in Kindergarten, as you fellow Kindergarten teachers would have the best idea of the needs within this age group. Here is my question, has anyone used a reward system for Kindergarten? I had an idea to reward positive pehavior actions/choices. For positive behavior actions/choices children would receive a ticket. They would write their name on it and place it into a jar. At the end of the day 5 tickets would be pulled out of the jar, these 5 children would then choose a reward of their choice (such as little items from oriental trading). Tickets not pulled from the jar would stay in the jar, so they would be given another chance the next day and so on to have their ticket pulled. Any opinions? or thoughts? :unsure: In the past I have only ever had children pull cards for behavior. The children would start the day on a happy face card, if there was a behavior issue they would pull a green, then a yellow, then a red. This has worked, but I am wondering if there is something "better" out there.