Our free online points and rewards system is a powerful tool that can improve your child's behavior, reduce sibling rivalry, and motivate kids to do homework and chores. It's easy to use, simply award points to kids for good behavior and for completing chores and homework. Be sure to also explore our behavior tools which compliement the reward system. Kids save points and exchange them for great rewards that you and your children select together. Be sure to check out the Kid Pointz store for great reward ideas. Or, if you prefer, you can offer non-monetary rewards from a list we provide when you use the points system.
Create an Effective Reward System for Kids of All Ages
Free for teachers, forever. Teachers can encourage students for any skill or value — whether it's working hard, being kind, helping others or something else. Students can showcase and share their learning by adding photos and videos to their own portfolios. Get parents engaged by sharing photos and videos of wonderful classroom moments. Make random groups of students.
One way to motivate your child to have the behaviors you want is by creating a point system. In a point system, your child earns points for bits of appropriate behavior. After they earn a certain number of points, they can cash in their points and "buy" things they now take for granted such as TV or for special rewards. The steps below outline how to set up a point system. Step 1: Decide how you are going to keep track of points.
Academic grading in the United States commonly takes on the form of five, six or seven letter grades. In some cases, grades can also be numerical. Numeric-to-letter-grade conversions generally vary from system to system and between disciplines and status. The typical letter grades awarded for participation in a course are from highest to lowest A, B, C, D and F. In primary and secondary schools, a D is usually the lowest passing grade.