Each letter in the word shine stands for an expectation in the hallway. If students receive a compliment from a passerby on campus while traveling around the school, they earn a star. These stars can hang in a special place in the room, or even down from the door frame. What does it mean to shine?
As soon as students earn all 5 compliments they get a free privilege of your choice! Some ideas as privileges are using markers on an assignment, taking shoes off for a lesson, a read aloud outside on the grass, and 10 minutes of sidewalk chalk on black butcher paper in the room.
I would love for you to share your favorite free motivators!
I used Vulcan Green to make these 3D stars. Because they are different than the usual flat star or piece of clip art, they are special. It is kind of a big deal to earn them!
My 14 year old daughter made the stars for me as I took photos. I will explain the steps but I also took a video of her making one so you can really see it.
Here's a time lapse video of my daughter making a star.
Stars made with Vulcan Green, Lunar Blue, and Terrestrial Teal by Astrobrights