It is such a great way to encourage, motivate, and make students excited to learn. You can have a club for everything in the world. It took me a bit (since my conference was in November) to get these underway...but we are up and running.
Here is the jist: You have clubs for anything you want:
Write to 20
Count to 20
Count to 100
Write to 100
Tie Your Shoes
Knows Sight Words
Doesn't Blurt Out
Knows Letter Sounds
You get the point. As students master a club, they can write their name on the sign. The whole point of the club is to recognize those who are doing the right thing or know content taught. I like that you have a variety of clubs...this way every student has a chance to be a part of at least 1 club.
My kids are itching to be "tested" for a club. I have definitely had more kiddos practicing shoe tying at home. Can I get an AMEN????
Obviously these aren't as "Fancy" as I would like but it was a quick fix to something I felt I needed to do to encourage some kiddos to do the right thing. Kim had her clubs made into a large book. I had a blank space on the wall so I went with it! I'm curious. Do you have clubs? If you do, which clubs do you have?