Reward-Route

Reward Route

REWARD ROUTE

Reward Route

 

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I am excited to share my reward program with you.  There are a few different ways to use this program which makes it versatile to meet your individual needs.

OPTION 1: Print off one copy of the first page for each student. Each time your student works with you (and works hard enough to earn a reward) you can either cross off a space – or put a sticker on it. Each time the student makes it to a yellow space (rXr space) they earn a bigger reward (prize, treat, etc.).

OPTION 2: Print off 5 copies of page #3, 4 copies of pages #4-#8, and 1 copy of pages #9-#12. Mimic the reward layout on page #1 by putting the pages in the right order across a wall with the title (pages 9-12) across the top. Print off and cut out one train on page #13 for each student. Have your students put their names (or initials for confidentiality) on their trains, color their trains, and cut them out. Print out, cut out, and glue together the die on page #14. Each time your student works with you (and works hard enough to earn a reward) the student earns a chance to roll the die and move their train along the reward route. The student moves to the closest space of the color that they rolled (similar to the Candy-land Game). Each time your student lands on a yellow space (rXr space) they earn a bigger reward (prize, treat, etc.). When your student gets to the end they just start over at the beginning again and you have a never ending reward chart.

OTHER NOTES: I actually don’t use the little die on page #14—I made a die out of a medium sized square box and colored each side one of the colors on the reward chart. The students like to roll the bigger die much more. Also – I purchased a small vending machine for under $100 that stores my candy and prizes. When the students land on a yellow space they earn a quarter to put into the machine. I have the key to the machine so I just recycle all of the quarters over and over again. The kids love it!!

Also, instead of using this program to enforce good behavior during therapy, you could opt to use it to enforce your students’ completion of their speech homework.  It works great with my HOMEWORK PROGRAM.

Good Luck and I hope you enjoy it!!!

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