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Brag Bracelets - Behavior Incentives

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: PK - 5

Encourage positive behavior and reward your students for their achievements with a fun set of printable brag bracelets.

Try a Brag Bracelet Reward System for Kids

The teachers at Teach Starter have heard you loud and clear. Student behavior is extremely challenging, and teachers need different tools and approaches to help manage classroom behavior and provide positive reinforcement to students.

We’ve created the perfect tool for teachers looking to encourage positive behavior in their students! These bracelets are designed to be used as reward tokens that can be easily distributed to students to communicate their positive behavior to both students and parents.

Our bracelets are designed in both full color and black and white, making them perfect for daily use in the classroom. They feature fun and colorful designs that students will love and can be easily customized with the student’s names and the behavior they were recognized for.

Need Ways to Improve Parent Communication?

These bracelets are a great way to involve parents in the classroom, as they can be sent home as a reminder of the student’s positive behavior and a way to acknowledge the student’s efforts.

Whether you’re looking to reward students for participating in class, showing kindness, or meeting academic goals, our printable brag bracelets are a fun and effective way to acknowledge and celebrate positive behavior in the classroom. 

This resource is available in color/black and white, as well as in printable PDF or Editable Google Slides format. Use the dropdown arrow next to the download button to choose your preferred file and see how it can affect your student’s behavior!

Before you go, make sure you check out our other Classroom management tools for teachers!


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