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Football-Themed Digital Reward Chart for the Classroom – Touchdown!

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide | 1 page | Grades: K - 5

Celebrate classroom successes with a football-themed classroom reward chart that has been designed in Google Slides to be used digitally.

Classroom Reward Chart Digital Style

Don’t have enough space on your classroom wall for a reward chart? Take advantage of technology with a football-themed digital reward chart that you can maintain on your computer! Designed in a Google Slides template to look like a football field, a digital football is moved across the field as students earn points for good behavior (or another goal you have set as a class).

Perfect for getting students engaged when they’re looking forward to the big national football game in February or when your high school team is having serious success on the gridiron, the chart will allow students to visualize how their successes are getting them closer to the endzone, aka their goal.

Bonus: Not only will you save paper with one less thing to print, but this classroom management tool also can’t be manipulated by an overly zealous student when your back is turned (ahem, not that that would ever happen …). It can also be used with individual students as you can keep the chart private to track one student’s goals.

How to Use The Football-Themed Chart

  • Select the download button above to download the Google Slides reward chart. You will be prompted to make a copy so that you have your own version! At the top, you will find a section for adding your students’ goal, so they have a visual reminder of what it is they are working for.
  • When students make movement toward a goal in the classroom or are caught doing good, simply drag the football across the field by grabbing the image with your mouse.
  • When the football passes the goal line, your students get a reward!

The Google Slides template contains two slides — one for the whole class and one for an individual student. Simply choose the slide you want, and delete the other!


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  • Elizabeth Brimeyer

    This link is not working for me

    • Natalie

      Hi Elizabeth! We have fixed the link and it should be working now. Thanks for letting us know.