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The Dojo Tracker

Class Dojo, you rock.  I love the cute little monsters, and I love that I can seriously encourage great behavior choices by my firsties.

[New to Dojo?  Click here to see what it is all about!]

It took a few weeks into school for me to figure out how I want to reward my students for their good choices on Class Dojo.  I needed something that was easy for my first graders to understand, something that was intrinsically motivating, and something that was low maintenance for me to manage.
I think I've got it, you guys!!

Let me introduce... the Dojo Tracker.

It's a hundreds chart.  It is one piece of paper that will not need to be passed out more than once a month, if that.  It is easy enough for my new first graders to manage all on their own.  WOO HOO!

At the end of the day, I display our Dojo screen on the projector, and my students figure out how many Dojo points they received.  They pick a color, and shade in the number of boxes for the number of points they earned.

My students will never end the day with negative points... I may have kids at zero or one, but I don't like to let a student end the day in the "red."  They feel the effect of their poor choices when their peers all have 5, 6, 7, and 8 points and they have 0 or 1 point and it is more motivating for them than a negative.

How do they earn rewards?  If you notice on the Dojo Tracker, every 25 points there is a box marked COUPON.  My students can pick from a coupon box that includes a bunch of rewards (not tangible prizes... rewards that don't cost me a dime).  Here are a few examples:

Certain reward coupons I save in a special place just for when they reach the 100 point club... like Lunch With the Teacher or Pajama Day :-)

I'll have to update this post when I get around to making my Dojo Bulletin Board.  The plan is to make a display with spots for each of the "Clubs" --> 100 Point Club, 200 Point Club, 300 Point Club etc.  Then, I will print a monster and write each kids name on one, and as they reach the different clubs throughout the year, their monster will move up the bulletin board... I have a feeling they are going to just *love* this!  What do you think?

FREEBIE!  I made Dojo Trackers (all the way up to the 1000 Point Club!) and some Dojo reward coupons to get you started, and you can get them by clicking here.  
Please note: At this time, I am unable to take custom requests for edits to this freebie.  Clipart in the freebie can be found at and fonts are by Kimberly Geswein!

If you use Class Dojo, what ways have you found to reward your students for their awesome choices?  Can't wait to hear from all of my fellow Dojo lovers!

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  1. Thank you so much! Easy enough and cute! Check #991, needs editing!

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  4. Thank you so much. This is super cute and easy to use. I can't wait to try it out!

  5. Thanks for this, my daughter's teacher uses dojo points and now she wants to use them at home...not sure how least I will have the tracking ready lol

  6. I use these with my class and they are perfect!!! I print them 4 to a page so that they are smaller and we check dojo points at the end of each day. I love the fact that the coupon is marked on the chart. Kids are doing math and they don't even realize it. It's very common to hear, "I have ___ more until I get a coupon." Thank you, Thank you!!!!!

  7. I love these! Is there any way you could make a link for an editable version of the coupons? I would love to use them, but some of my rewards would be different.

    1. I love this resource and look forward to trying it! This will be my first year using Class Dojo. I was also wondering if you could provide an editable version of the coupons so I can create some of my own as we do not have homework in Kindergarten, and I would like to add some other rewards. You also posted that you would be creating a point club bulletin board set. Where could I find the link to that?