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Incentive Cards

Incentive cards are a great motivation tool for any activity.  Students love the fun backgrounds and try to fill up their cards with the tokens.  I printed these out front and back on card stock and then laminated them.

I use magnetic chips to fill the circles, but you can use bingo chips, pennies, M&M's, etc..

You can use the incentive card to motivate a student to practice.  They must complete a passage with no errors, or with dynamics, or 5 times to get a chip.

You can add a fun element and roll a dice to see how many chips you are playing for.  Have fun with the incentive cards.

Let me know if you have a request for a favorite character and I will try and make one.



Angry Birds
Angry Birds 2
Phineas and Ferb
Phineas and Ferb 2













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  1. Great idea! My little girl students would love something pretty and 'princess-y'!

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