Use Scratch 'n See Stickers in class to form teams, reinforce learning, reward punctuality, or motivate participation. Just type your winning prizes, numbers, or group names into a template, print onto yellow perforated sheets (not included with this product), adhere the scratch-off stickers, and snap them apart.
Make Create-your-own Scratch 'n See Scratch Tickets in class to:
- Encourage participation
- Recognize contributions
- Determine length of break
- Reward punctuality
- Identify team leaders
- Select presentation topics
- Pick prize winners (or prizes)
- Share content-related tips
* 100 stickers
* Colored perforated card stock to make 100 scratch tickets
NOTE: Color and shape of scratch stickers may vary.
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** TIPS **
Scratch off stickers aren't just for prizes! Use them in these clever ways:
Getting to know each other – make a list of unique qualities of each person on your team. Beside the characteristic, write a name (small enough that you can cover it up with a scratch sticker). Have people guess who's who, then scratch off to see if they got it right.
Create a super fun, interactive quiz – develop a worksheet of questions or problems. Beside each question, write the answer then cover it up with a scratch sticker. After someone's tried their hardest to come up with the right answer, they can scratch off and see how they did.
Add privacy to grades – after marking grades with a your big red pen, cover them up with a scratch sticker so that learners can privately learn how well they performed.
Let everyone "win" – Give one ticket to EACH participants at the beginning of the session. Following game
play, award winning players additional tickets.
Exceptional participation – ditribute an extra ticket to anyone who offers an insightful question or comment. Then have final drawings at the close of the session.
Award “return-from-break” prizes – To encourages timely return from breaks, distribute a chance-to-win ticket to each participant who arrives back on time.