Peacock Reward Activity

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  • Jul 18th

    For our proud peacock board. Each week they will add another feather to their bird, stating what they are really proud of.

  • Mar 28th

    Great resource for my 5 year old. We are going to add a feather for good behaviour or lose one for bad behaviour, when she has all 8 on the peacock she will get a reward. We laminated and cut this out, stuck down the feet and bottom half so the feathers can be inserted behind. For our first reward she wants to visit the wildlife park nearby to see the real peacock displaying his feathers to the peahens!
    Also would be nice to be able to print that background you have behind him, we have made our own though!

    • Mar 28th

      Hi Beckyb939,
      Thanks for your comment! I'm really glad this resource is useful for you :)

  • Jan 4th

    Good idea for child in my class who requires extra support...will try tomorrow.

Peacock Reward Activity

Peacock Reward Activity - This beautifully illustrated peacock is a fun reward chart, add another feather for each achievement!
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