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Reward Systems

Some of the resources are located on their own pages based on a character or theme.

1 Hour Reward Chart

1 Hour Reward Chart

A reward chart for short one hour focussed target and reward. Counts up in ten minute sections to achieve the reward for sustaining or displaying behaviour at each time interval. Tick the blank circles to show progress.


Alien Reward Systems

Batman Reward Systems

Beeble Differentiated Reward Chart

Beeble Differentiated Reward Chart

A reward chart for pupils that can be used to earn reward within one lesson or through the day. Three types of reward are negotiated with the child so that at the end of the day they earn one of the three activities based on the level of success - 3, 4, or 5 ticks out of 5. This is useful for children who become extremely difficult to motivate or control if they cannot get their reward.


Beeble Reward Chart

Beeble Reward Chart

A reward chart for pupils that can be used to earn reward within one lesson or through the day. Space for target and reward to be displayed. Five tick boxes to earn reward.


Boxing Reward Chart

Boxing Reward Chart

A simple reward chart for pupils motivated by boxing. Colour or tick a boxing glove to work towards agreed reward.



Cloud System Weekly Record

Cloud System Weekly Record

This resource is for nurseries and primary schools using the Cloud System of classroom behaviour management: sun, cloud and storm cloud. This system may not always work for children with additional needs and it is important to keep a record of where the child is on the scale. Use this sheet to inform parents about behaviour. Where children consistently become distressed or disruptive about being placed on the dark cloud it often best to move them to an alternative individual reward system.


Computer Reward Chart

Computer Reward Chart

The child must get a tick against each of the ten computers to earn their reward.


Computer jigsaw for earning reward of computer time

Computer Jigsaw Reward Chart

The child earns one of 4 pieces of the computer jigsaw for demonstrating the desired behaviour. Once all four are earned and assembled the child earns some computer time.


Computer Power Bar Reward Chart

Computer Reward Chart

This reward chart has a power bar divided into five segments. The adult can tick when awarded. Optionally, the child can colour in a segment. Once the bar is completely ticked and/or coloured the child earns their computer time reward.



Differentiated Daily Reward Chart

Differentiated Daily Reward Chart

This reward chart enables the day to be divided into six sections. Three types of reward are negotiated with the child so that at the end of the day they earn one of the three activities based on the level of success - 4, 5 or 6 ticks out of 6.


Differentiated Daily Reward Chart With Self-Review

Differentiated Daily Reward Chart

As the chart above but with the addition of boxes for the child to self-assess. These do not contribute to the reward total but give an opportunity to discuss why they feel they have or have not earnt a tick.


Hearts Reward Systems

Mouse Reward Chart 7 Days

Mouse Reward Chart 7 Days

A 7 day reward chart with mouse character pictures.


Planet Reward Chart

Planet Reward Chart

A reward chart for those pupils who enjoy science. Can be set up for use with a spinning rocket or with tokens. Provides 8 steps to reward being earned.


Progress Bar Reward Chart

Progress Bar Reward Chart

This is a differentiated reward chart depending on the number of ticks earnt. For each of the four ticks the child can see their progress along the bar. There are five divisions allowing adults to recognise and acknowlege target behaviour through the agreed timeframe e.g. lesson.


Playtime Reward Chart

Playtime Reward Chart

For children with incidents in the playground including before and after school. This differentiated reward system starts with the previous after school tick and then before school, break and lunchtime to earn reward at the end of the day. Child can also self evaluate which can facilitate discussion.



Reward Scale

Reward Scale

This is a resource to provide different levels of reward depending on the degree of success experienced by the child in achieving the targeted behaviour. It is useful where a child may become challenging once their main reward is no longer achieveable. By having previously agreed lesser rewards on a sliding scale the child can hopefully be motivated to achieve these. This example has 1-5 levels of rewards.


Robot Reward Systems

Rocket Reward Chart

Rocket Reward Chart

Use this chart to support younger children who need to be motivated through short-term rewards. It includes 4 tick boxes to achieve the reward.



Spiderman Reward Systems

Superman Reward Systems

Tablet Reward Chart

Tablet Reward Chart

A reward chart which can be used to earn time on a tablet. It includes 5 tick boxes to achieve the reward and space to write the target and reward.


Thomas Tank Engine Reward Systems

Time Tokens 1 Minute

Time Tokens 1 minute

Award time tokens for targeted behaviour to earn reward activity time e.g. golden time or computer time. 1 minute time tokens to cut out and laminate.


Time Tokens - 5 Minute

Time tokens 5 minutes

Award time tokens for targeted behaviour to earn reward activity time e.g. golden time or computer time. 5 minute time tokens to cut out and laminate.


Traffic Light Reward Chart

Traffic Light Reward Chart

A three step reward system for children familiar with using a traffic lights as visual aids. Space for target and reward. This chart works best for very short task to reward cycles.


Train Reward Chart

Train Reward Chart

A five step reward system for children motivated by trains and locomotives. Space for the child's name - train driver, target - Going to, and reward.


Winnie The Pooh Reward Systems


Other Reward System Pages:

Alien | Hearts | Robot | Spiderman

Superman | Thomas Tank Engine

Winnie-the-Pooh