Brownie Points

A couple of years ago my aunt gave me the idea of using brownie points as an incentive for my students.  I liked the idea and implemented it right away, and it was such a success I wanted to share it with everyone. To earn a brownie point my students must receive a compliment from another adult or as a class show extraordinary behavior.  When they earn a brownie point they get to put a ‘brownie’ on the pan.  When the pan fills up, I have to make them a batch of brownies.  They LOVE earning brownie points and really work to earn them.

I use a metal cookie sheet and crinkled brown construction paper for my brownies.  I’ve attached a magnet to the back, so I can use the paper over and over again. Over the years, my style has evolved, so here’s an updated version of my Brownie Points.

classroom management, classroom rewards

Ashleigh

Comments

  1. says

    I love this. I am a Family Consumer Science teacher and this is so perfect for my classes! I will be doing this one. Question: How many brownies do you have on the tray? I do realize I could cut them into bars or bites… depending on the size, but I was just curious as to how many you have.
    Thanks

  2. says

    I'm actually not sure, but I think I have 24 pieces. However, it's REALLY hard for my class to earn that many points, so I may make my pieces larger next year.

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