Catholic Prayer Reward Tags

Preview: Catholic prayers reward tags are a behavior management system that includes 27 of the most popular Catholic prayers for children to learn.

It is no secret that I LOVE reward tags for behavior management in the classroom. I also like using it in my Religious Formation class at church for reminding students of lessons and concepts we cover during the year. I also like to give out Catholic Prayer Reward Tags once students memorize specific prayers. 

In the past, I've included these prayers in my Catholic Reward Tags and Catholic Reward Tags 2 products, but I decided to make them their own product and add more prayers for teachers who want to really focus on teaching children the prayers of the Catholic faith. 

Not sure what a reward tag is? No problem. Check out What on Earth is a Reward Tag? for some FAQs. Basically a reward tag is a behavior management system that rewards students for positive behaviors. They go by lots of different names: reward tags, brag tags, star tags, behavior tags, brag books, brag badges, award tags, etc. No matter what you call them, the concept is the same. Students earn some type of tag to reinforce their positive behavior. They keep the tags on a necklace or keychain and collect them throughout the school year. Students can also earn tags for special days, events, activities, concepts learned, etc.


Catholic prayers reward tags are a behavior management system that includes 27 of the most popular Catholic prayers for children to learn.


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What's Included in the Catholic Prayers Reward Tags:

This set includes 27 tags in color and in black and white. The following Catholic prayer tags are included:

-Angel of God
-Glory Be
-Sign of the Cross
-Hail Mary
-Our Father
-Blessing Before Meals
-Queen of Heaven
-Morning Offering
-The Gloria
-The Rosary
-The Joyful Mysteries
-The Luminous Mysteries
-The Sorrowful Mysteries
-The Glorious Mysteries
-I Memorized All My Prayers
-Nicene Creed
-Apostles' Creed
-Act of Contrition
-Hail Holy Queen
-Eucharistic Adoration
-St. Michael 
-Prayer After Meals
-Memorare
-Litany of the Saints
-Lectio Divina
-Stations of the Cross
-Blank Editable Tag (to add additional prayers that might be unique to your curriculum)

Tags are about 1 1/2" x 2"

Supplies needed for Catholic Prayers Tags:

Catholic Prayers  Tags
Cardstock
Laminator
Scissors or Paper Cutter
Hole Punch


To Prep Catholic Prayers Reward Tags

1. Decide if you want to print the tags in full color or in black and white. If you decide to use the black and white versions, try printing on colored card stock to add some variety.

2. Print the tags you plan to use.

3. Laminate the tags for durability.

4. Cut apart the tags and punch a hole at the top of each one.

5. When students earn a tag, have them add it to their necklaces.

For tips on how to organize, store, and use reward tags, check out Ditching My Treasure Box for Reward Tags
Catholic prayers reward tags are a behavior management system that includes 27 of the most popular Catholic prayers for children to learn.

Decide how you will use these Catholic Prayer  Tags. Will it be for each prayer you introduce the class to? Will it be after a student memorizes it and shows mastery of learning the prayer? Will it be after a student leads the prayer during class or Mass?

This set also includes free editable name tags. This allows you to make a personalized tag for each student so that they can make sure to tell their sets of tags apart. Also included is a blank editable prayer tag. You can write or type on this if you want to focus on a prayer that is not included in this set.

Reward tags are great motivators for positive behavior in the classroom. It takes some time to prep them, but it is more cost effective than adding prizes to a treasure box. Plus it is specific, so students know and can remember exactly what they've learned in class. Learning the prayers of our Catholic faith can be a challenge (especially if students aren't exposed to them regularly), but they can be reward with fun tags when they meet the challenge.




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