Sunday, July 7, 2013

Accomplishment Badges!!!

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer so far! This post is going to be super quick because I just finished uploading my accomplishment badges to my TPT store and I wanted to share some pics with you guys.  Plus  I plan to give 2 copies of these babies away to two lucky bloggers who are still up blogging with me!  First let me say that I saw these badges start popping up and just had to make some of my own specifically for my students next year.  This unit contains 25 different badges for students to wear proudly to show off their accomplishments.  Click here to head over to my TPT store to grab a copy!
Ok!  So before I go to bed I want to give away 2 copies to the first 2 people to leave a comment explaining how they can incorporate these into their classroom.  Let's see who's up past midnight.  Make sure you leave your email address.


  1. I love these Sonya! I would use these instead of or as a side to our reward box. Plus I think they'd be great for student of the week awards too. So cute

  2. I love these!!! I would definitely use these with my Class Dojo as well as our random acts of kindness!! I love spotting positive behavior, and I KNOW my kids would love these!!! :) I hope I'm one of those 2!!! :)

    Nicole :)
    All Things Apple in 2nd

  3. Those look fabulous! I would use them as rewards to motivate students ito achieve their goals and continuously set new goals.


  4. I'm almost never up past midnight because I am almost always up by 4:30...does that count! I would LOVE to use these in my 2nd grade classroom. We have been "filling buckets" with reward tickets, but I think that is definitely in need of a makeover. I would love to have my kids collect these on a chain throughout the year. I was thinking that they can earn even more goodies after they reach a certain goal (like collecting 5 = a trip to the prize box or collecting 10 = lunch with the teacher. I'm glad I saw this on instagram this morning. I am a new follower of your cute blog now, too!
    :) Tracey
    The Teacher’s Chair
    Share the Bloglovin’!

  5. These are darling! I am using the Whole Brain Teaching techniques this year and I think that they could be used when the students move up a level on the Super Improvers Board. Cute idea. Thanks for sharing your ideas!


  6. Congrats to Ms. Perry from Books, Bugs and Boxes and Nicole from All Things Apple in second grade you guys have grabbed your very own set of my accomplishment badges!!!!