Fall Harvest Candy Reward
Assemble a packages of pumpkin candies and attach a note of appreciation such as “Thank you for ‘harvesting’ our students’ potential.”
Ghostly Praise Candy Reward
Make ghost suckers out of Tootsie Roll Pops and facial tissue. Attach a note such as
“We don’t stand a ‘ghost’ of a chance of achievement without you! “
Sweet Candy Reward
Food makes great rewards for staff members, immediately after Halloween is a great time to buy candy on sale. Stock up on some of the candy items below. When the time is right, attach an appreciative saying to the candy and give them at staff meetings, put them on staff members’ desks, or drop them in teachers’ mailboxes as candy rewards. Some examples of candy rewards include:
Dove Promises – Thanks for giving your “promise” to help students learn.
Star Bursts – You are a star “bursting” with enthusiasm.
Bites – You take the “bite” out of coming to work.
Red Hots – Our staff is red hot!
M & M’s – Marvelous and Motivated – That’s You!
You Mean so Much to our students!
Nestles Treasures – We “TREASURE” the work you do!
Having you on staff is a real “TREASURE.”
100 Grand Candy – 100 Grand won’t suffice for the 100 Grand things that you do.
Gummie Bears – We are beary glad you are part of our staff!
Hugs Candy – Huge Undertaking! Great Success!
Thanks for Helping Us Give to Students!
Sweetart Candy – You are such a SWEETART! Thanks for the help!
Mint Candy – You are worth a “MINT” to us!
You were “MINT” be a teacher!
You compli"mint" our staff so well!
Pixie Stick – Your skill as a teacher really STIX out!
Payday Candy – An extra “PAYDAY” for all of your efforts!
Lifesavers Candy – Thanks for being a “LIFE SAVER.”
Candy Egg – You are an “EGGceptional” Teacher!
Children really get “EGGcited” when you teach.
You are an “EGGcellent” staff member!
As you are “scrambling” to do 10 things at once, please know that your
“EGG”cellent work is appreciated!
Smarties Candy – We are really SMART when we hired you!
Reisen Candy – You are one of the “REISENS” our students succeed!
This article written by Dr. Diane Hodges, an award winning educator, best selling author and friend of Baudville. Learn more about Dr. Hodges at www.DianeHodges.com.