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Free Sticker Chart Templates: Do you want to give your students an extra incentive to read 15 books? These cute reading sticker charts will make your students dog-gone enthusiastic about achieving this reading goal!
These Puppy Sticker Charts provide you with everything that you need to encourage your students to read 15 books and reward them as they are making progress towards achieving this reading goal.
By using these puppy reading sticker charts and templates, you will be providing motivation and positive reinforcement for your students to read 15 books in the time period that you select.
Students will enjoy taking their completed puppy reading sticker charts home with them when they have reached their reading goals and sharing this achievement with their parents. The parents of your students will appreciate the extra effort that you have put into promoting reading in your classroom.
These puppy reading sticker charts include 6 colored templates and two black and white templates to choose from. These puppy reading sticker charts measure 6 inches in width and 10 inches in height.
I have designed the boxes inside the sticker chart to fit the standard small stickers that many teachers use. If you do not have these small stickers, you can draw a smiley face or place a check mark inside each box.
I personally like to print out the color templates, and I make a class set using a variety of the 6 different colors. I give each student a puppy bowl and have them write their names on that line. Then, I cut out each colored template, glue a bowl over the puppy's paw, and then I laminate the puppy sticker charts. By doing this, later when I take the puppy reading sticker charts off of my bulletin board, the chart does not accidentally rip. I also think that it looks impressive to parents to send home these colored laminated sticker chart templates when they are completed so that my students can post them in their bedroom, or on the refrigerator, as a sign of their reading achievement.
I realize that not all teachers are able to print out color templates for each of their students, so I have provided black and white templates. You can have your students color their puppy reading sticker charts themselves using the black and white templates.
Below are examples of these templates:
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of completed reading sticker chart
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of brown and gray dog sticker charts
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of rust and tan dog sticker charts
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of brown and gray (large spots) dog sticker charts
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of black and white dog templates
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Many teachers like to make classroom bulletin board displays featuring their students' sticker and incentive charts. Classroom displays of these Puppy Reading sticker charts will provide a strong visual reminder to your students of the reading goal that they are trying to achieve.
Bulletin board displays and preparing them take a lot of time for teachers. Many teachers spend their valuable time cutting out large display letters or making a banner on their own at home on their computer.
This time is valuable and better spent on developing your classroom curriculum and grading papers, so I have designed a 5 page display banner for your bulletin board. If you have access to a laminating machine, you can laminate your banner so that it is durable and you can use again next year.
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of 5 page bulletin board display banner
You can present this reading award to your students when they have reached their goal of reading 15 books. I have designed color and black and white copies of this award for you to choose from.
Your students will be excited to take their completed puppy reading sticker charts home with them, along with their reading award. Their parents will be impressed with the extra effort that you have put forth in positively reinforcing your students to read more books.
Below is an example of the matching student award certificate that comes with this sticker chart set.
Free Sticker Chart Templates: Example of reading award certificate
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