Good Morning! I am moving to fourth grade after 10 years in primary (1st and 2nd specifically). The behavior management system that I have used effectively has been the clip chart where the children start on ready to learn and move up for good choices and down for poor choices. Will this work in fourth grade? Regarding incentives/prize box: I never did rewards in 1st or 2nd but wonder if fourth graders need more motivation to clip up the chart. I saw a website where a teacher did a remarkable job of giving tickets for the children who clipped up to Outstanding and then she did a raffle biweekly. She would raffle off Scholastic books, Gel Pens, Cool Erasers, etc. Do you think that is enough incentive for individual behavior? As for whole class behavior, I planned on doing my marble jar like I did in the lower graders -- and reward the children with a board game day and popsicles. Is this too primary for fourth graders? What is the typical homework assigned for fourth graders? I want to make it as meaningful as possible. Math practice? Reading comprehension? Toward the end of the second grade I noticed that the students lacked mastery in the "cold read" portion of nonfiction selection so perhaps that will be the same in fourth? What is the typical morning work? I really want to keep it as simple and clear as possible so I can dive into the new curriculum and themes that fourth graders need to know. THANK YOU in advance so much!!