Hassle-Free Class Store

Do you have a class store?
Is your class store too much work?
An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!

I'm sharing how I run my class store that is super easy and hassle-free!


First of all I use Class Dojo as our currency, but you can use anything you wish!
If you're not sure what Class Dojo is,
I share how I use it over at All About 3rd Grade
here is a Pinterest board with some more information.
An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!
I use Class Dojo because honestly, 
I don't have the patience to keep up with paper money!
#realtalk
My students "collect" their points for an entire month.
Students then spend their Class Dojo points in our class store!
I only open the store once a month. 
It's just too much work to open it more often!
#morerealtalk
An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!
This is on the back of my closet door.
All it is is paper, sticky notes, and library pockets!
The best part of our store, is 80% of their purchases do not cost me a thing!
(Well, if you count paper & ink, but I'd buy that stuff anyway!)
An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!
The passes are the most popular items in our store!
I do have pencils, erasers, candy, and a treasure box full of trinkets.
An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!
 But I'm telling you, I haven't had to restock these all year!
The coupons are where it's at!
And you can grab your free set of coupons by signing up for my FREE resource library!
I allow my students to spend or save their points.
I have a recording sheet to keep track.
This has been a great system for our class!
And best of all, it's low maintenance for me!
Just click the picture below.
An easy and quick way to set up a classroom store that won't be a hassle every time!



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  1. I love Dojo and also have a monthly store! I signed up for your newsletter and am looking forward to reading more great ideas from you.

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