Bible Bucks

   
 
   


Over the years teachers have expressed a need to incentivize their programs to encourage good behavior during class time. One such technique, with effective proven results, is the use of Bible Bucks. When a predetermined number of Bible Bucks are earned for desired behavior, the student uses them to purchase prizes or other rewards the teacher has available. 

Children must leave their money set on the table and not play with it. If they misbehave by not following the expectations established before class, the money is taken away. When the "sit-still" part of lesson time is over, and before moving to the next activity, children put their $ into their "banks," (index card holders with their names written on them) and then store them away until the next lesson.

You may print as many Bible Bucks as you need for your students.  

Make sure you look up the Bible verse printed on the front of the Bible Buck.

God's blessings as you work in His Vineyard!
Sarah Keith <><

P.S. A donation to the site, for use of this resource, is appreciated! 

Click the picture, below, to get the PDF file.

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Another great resource to encourage proper discipline (from the root word, disciple) can be found at Whole Brain Teaching.

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