Reward kid's progress in class with small prizes and incentives

  • August 28, 2018

Often all that's needed to elicit extra effort from students is this simple tool - the prize box. The "prize box" can be that creative motivation for children when teachers set clear, mini-goals that can be accomplished by students.

Teachers stock the prize box with a variety of inexpensive stickers, keychains or other fun or useful items.

With chess, there are a variety of fun possibilities!


Prizebox incentives for the chess classroom


To get started with your prize box, here are some ideas:

> Colorful Wristbands

> Stickers

> Queen or Knight Erasers

> Key Chain Chess Pieces

> Color Silicone Chess Pieces


Silicone chess pieces, colorful chess wristbands, and sticker

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