Hey everyone, I'm doing a classroom economy where students are paid $1000 weekly. They will also earn bonus bucks for good behavior and are fined for misbehavior and can use their money to buy privileges. I am trying to assign monetary values to the privileges and came up with this: $200 Be first in line. $300 Draw on the chalkboard. $500 Use Miss Spurlock’s chair during reading time. $500 Choose a comfy seat for reading time. $700 Do only half of your homework. $1,000 Skip your Morning Challenge for one day. $700 Get 5 minutes of Show and Tell time. $1,200 Get a No Homework pass. $1,500 Sit at Miss Spurlock’s desk for the day. $1,500 Have lunch with Miss Spurlock. $1,700 Have lunch with Miss Spurlock and invite a friend to join us. $1,800 Choose a movie for the class to watch. $2,000 Sit by a friend for the day. $2,000 Have Miss Spurlock send a note home to tell your parents what a great kid you are. $2,000 Choose the music for Fun Friday (bring in a CD). $2,000 Move your desk anywhere in the room for the day. $3,000 Stay in at recess to play a game with a friend. $3,000 Choose any class job (when we switch). $5,000 Have lunch with Mrs. Carlson. $6,000 Cancel homework for the entire class. $7,000 Free extra recess for the entire class. $8,000 Popsicles for the entire class. Does it look like I've rated them appropriately? Do they seem to cheap or too expensive? Also, are there any rewards that you think they kids will think are dumb or won't choose that I should delete?