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Count on prizes, rewards and other incentives from Really Good Stuff to thrill students.

Good incentives can make a big difference with students — even older ones. Of course, incentives for high school students tend to be a bit more… refined. And expensive. But that’s another topic entirely.

With younger students, a wide variety of items from stickers to school supplies can make good incentives. At Really Good Stuff, we’ve been helping teachers for more than 25 years find rewards and incentives that motivate kids to do their best. With younger kids, a special treat with a bit of sparkle or shine can go a long way at reinforcing good behavior or celebrating a job well done.

Because our product development team is comprised of teachers, we know what works and what doesn’t. Our collection of student rewards and prizes reflects that unique combination of desirability and affordability — you’ll be able to offer rewards with a tremendous amount of value and importance without spending a lot of money.

Incentive Ideas

Our collection features a little bit of everything, including pencils, stickers, bookmarks, bracelets, erasers, toys, and so much more. We even carry token boards that show progress to a reward, and treasure chests filled with fun toys that give students an extra thrill.

So what to reward? The sky is the limit:

  • Performance on a test or big project. Top performers can claim a prize.
  • Rewards for making progress. An incentive for someone who may not be perfect but shows they are working hard reinforces the worth of that hard work.
  • Benchmarks. Is the goal reading a certain number of books, for instance? Or spelling words?
  • Caught showing character. If you see a student practicing good behavior, treat them.

Our staff members have even more ideas they’d love to share with you, so contact us today. We’ll help you find the perfect rewards and incentives that make the biggest difference in your class.