The Ultimate List of School Store Ideas

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again.
When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again!
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Deiera Bennett

Today’s school stores present an excellent opportunity to incentivize students to demonstrate positive behaviors. If your school already implements a token economy, take it a step further by creating an official school store full of items the students will love. 

The concept is simple: the students earn points for exhibiting pre-defined positive behaviors, and they can redeem the points for items in the school store. In order for the school store to serve its purpose, make sure it’s stocked with rewards the students will be excited to work for. 

Ideas for Your School Store

Check out this list of 15 school store ideas.

School PBIS Store Example

Earbuds

Earbuds are like gold to students! Whether they want to listen to music during lunch time or watch educational videos in class, earbuds are sure to be a hit in any school store regardless of if the students are 8 or 18! Students tend to lose earbuds frequently, so they’ll be glad to know that they can “buy” a new pair in the school store if they have enough points.

School Merchandise 

Give students the opportunity to show their school pride with school merchandise. Stock the store year-round by switching out hoodies and jackets in the winter for t-shirts and hats in the spring. Water bottles, keychains, and silicone bracelets are items that’ll never go out of style or season.

Stress Balls

Squeezing a stress ball can help students cope with anxiety, relieve tension, and avoid disruptive behavior such as clicking a pen or tapping on the floor. For added value, choose stress balls with phrases printed on them.

Sports Balls

Footballs, basketballs, baseballs, etc. are great additions to elementary, middle, and high school level school stores. They’ll appeal to the sports lovers and athletes, and students will be thrilled to use them during recess, gym class, or after school. You can find toy versions at local discount stores, or purchase full-size versions and make them higher ticket items that students can aim for. 

Treats

Think: snacks, drinks, gum, and sugar-free candy.

It’s a fact: kids love snacks. Although Smart Snack regulations place limits on the types of food and drinks students can purchase at school, there are plenty of tasty snacks and refreshing drinks that meet regulations. Individual pieces of sugar-free candy and gum make great low-ticket items when students only have a few points to redeem.

Bags

Add tote bags, book bags, purses, and drawstring bags to your school store to appeal to students of all ages. Bags give students a chance to show off their individuality, so find some with motivational quotes or popular TV characters. 

School supplies

Sometimes students forget the necessities. Stocking the school store with school supplies can give students peace of mind in knowing that if they forget their pencil on test day, they can head to the school store and redeem their points for one. Other nice school supplies include mechanical pencils, folders, mini staplers, glue sticks, colored pencils, colorful gel pens, markers, and notebooks.

Trinkets 

Head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains. They might seem insignificant, but children get excited about them.

Phone Charger

More and more schools are letting students use their cell phones to participate in educational games, record presentations, complete assignments, and play music while they work. With all these reasons to use a cell phone, their phones are bound to die. Save the day by including cell phone chargers in the school store.

Bluetooth Speakers

This high-ticket item is one that students will love. Students can connect these speakers to their phone, tablet, laptop, and more! They’ll be excited to work towards having enough points to purchase the speaker, and they’ll proudly show it off to their friends and family when they get it.

Toy Cars

Toy cars are popular amongst younger children. They come in different makes, models, colors, and sizes. Encourage students to work hard, so they can collect them all by the end of the school year.

Stuffed Animals

Another option for younger children is stuffed animals. They can make great additions to the school store and provide comfort to students. Additionally, children enjoy gifting them to each other for birthdays and holidays.

Games 

Games can entertain students inside and outside of the classroom. Students will be happy to redeem their points for crowd favorites such as Uno, Connect 4, and Checkers.

Books

Books can appeal to any age group. Make sure you include books from a wide range of genres, and don’t forget the comics! In addition to books that students can read, add activity books such as coloring books, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Jewelry-Making Kit

Students can create one-of-a-kind bracelets using a jewelry-making kit. There are a variety of kits to choose from, but they typically consist of beads, shells, string, and clasps. This school store item will boost creativity, encourage individuality, and give the students the chance to make something they can give to their loved ones.

Getting Started With Your School Store

Now that you have this list of school store ideas, set your reward system up for success by displaying the items in a visually appealing way and showcasing the “prices” where students can see them. 

Place the higher-ticket items in a special section, and make the price signs larger to draw the students’ attention to them. If the items are desirable, students will be on their best behavior and save their points until they have enough to get exactly what they want.

Although running a PBIS Store according to PBIS best practices might sound tedious, Live School makes it simple and easy. You can track inventory, handle transactions, and monitor students’ points all from within the platform. 

With this list of school store ideas and the LiveSchool platform, your school store will be up and running in no time! Or if your still looking for the perfect incentive check out our list of free rewards for students.

The Ultimate List of School Store Ideas

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again.
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Today’s school stores present an excellent opportunity to incentivize students to demonstrate positive behaviors. If your school already implements a token economy, take it a step further by creating an official school store full of items the students will love. 

The concept is simple: the students earn points for exhibiting pre-defined positive behaviors, and they can redeem the points for items in the school store. In order for the school store to serve its purpose, make sure it’s stocked with rewards the students will be excited to work for. 

Ideas for Your School Store

Check out this list of 15 school store ideas.

School PBIS Store Example

Earbuds

Earbuds are like gold to students! Whether they want to listen to music during lunch time or watch educational videos in class, earbuds are sure to be a hit in any school store regardless of if the students are 8 or 18! Students tend to lose earbuds frequently, so they’ll be glad to know that they can “buy” a new pair in the school store if they have enough points.

School Merchandise 

Give students the opportunity to show their school pride with school merchandise. Stock the store year-round by switching out hoodies and jackets in the winter for t-shirts and hats in the spring. Water bottles, keychains, and silicone bracelets are items that’ll never go out of style or season.

Stress Balls

Squeezing a stress ball can help students cope with anxiety, relieve tension, and avoid disruptive behavior such as clicking a pen or tapping on the floor. For added value, choose stress balls with phrases printed on them.

Sports Balls

Footballs, basketballs, baseballs, etc. are great additions to elementary, middle, and high school level school stores. They’ll appeal to the sports lovers and athletes, and students will be thrilled to use them during recess, gym class, or after school. You can find toy versions at local discount stores, or purchase full-size versions and make them higher ticket items that students can aim for. 

Treats

Think: snacks, drinks, gum, and sugar-free candy.

It’s a fact: kids love snacks. Although Smart Snack regulations place limits on the types of food and drinks students can purchase at school, there are plenty of tasty snacks and refreshing drinks that meet regulations. Individual pieces of sugar-free candy and gum make great low-ticket items when students only have a few points to redeem.

Bags

Add tote bags, book bags, purses, and drawstring bags to your school store to appeal to students of all ages. Bags give students a chance to show off their individuality, so find some with motivational quotes or popular TV characters. 

School supplies

Sometimes students forget the necessities. Stocking the school store with school supplies can give students peace of mind in knowing that if they forget their pencil on test day, they can head to the school store and redeem their points for one. Other nice school supplies include mechanical pencils, folders, mini staplers, glue sticks, colored pencils, colorful gel pens, markers, and notebooks.

Trinkets 

Head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains. They might seem insignificant, but children get excited about them.

Phone Charger

More and more schools are letting students use their cell phones to participate in educational games, record presentations, complete assignments, and play music while they work. With all these reasons to use a cell phone, their phones are bound to die. Save the day by including cell phone chargers in the school store.

Bluetooth Speakers

This high-ticket item is one that students will love. Students can connect these speakers to their phone, tablet, laptop, and more! They’ll be excited to work towards having enough points to purchase the speaker, and they’ll proudly show it off to their friends and family when they get it.

Toy Cars

Toy cars are popular amongst younger children. They come in different makes, models, colors, and sizes. Encourage students to work hard, so they can collect them all by the end of the school year.

Stuffed Animals

Another option for younger children is stuffed animals. They can make great additions to the school store and provide comfort to students. Additionally, children enjoy gifting them to each other for birthdays and holidays.

Games 

Games can entertain students inside and outside of the classroom. Students will be happy to redeem their points for crowd favorites such as Uno, Connect 4, and Checkers.

Books

Books can appeal to any age group. Make sure you include books from a wide range of genres, and don’t forget the comics! In addition to books that students can read, add activity books such as coloring books, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Jewelry-Making Kit

Students can create one-of-a-kind bracelets using a jewelry-making kit. There are a variety of kits to choose from, but they typically consist of beads, shells, string, and clasps. This school store item will boost creativity, encourage individuality, and give the students the chance to make something they can give to their loved ones.

Getting Started With Your School Store

Now that you have this list of school store ideas, set your reward system up for success by displaying the items in a visually appealing way and showcasing the “prices” where students can see them. 

Place the higher-ticket items in a special section, and make the price signs larger to draw the students’ attention to them. If the items are desirable, students will be on their best behavior and save their points until they have enough to get exactly what they want.

Although running a PBIS Store according to PBIS best practices might sound tedious, Live School makes it simple and easy. You can track inventory, handle transactions, and monitor students’ points all from within the platform. 

With this list of school store ideas and the LiveSchool platform, your school store will be up and running in no time! Or if your still looking for the perfect incentive check out our list of free rewards for students.

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The Ultimate List of School Store Ideas

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again.
By 
Deiera Bennett
 | 
June 28, 2022
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About the Event

Today’s school stores present an excellent opportunity to incentivize students to demonstrate positive behaviors. If your school already implements a token economy, take it a step further by creating an official school store full of items the students will love. 

The concept is simple: the students earn points for exhibiting pre-defined positive behaviors, and they can redeem the points for items in the school store. In order for the school store to serve its purpose, make sure it’s stocked with rewards the students will be excited to work for. 

Ideas for Your School Store

Check out this list of 15 school store ideas.

School PBIS Store Example

Earbuds

Earbuds are like gold to students! Whether they want to listen to music during lunch time or watch educational videos in class, earbuds are sure to be a hit in any school store regardless of if the students are 8 or 18! Students tend to lose earbuds frequently, so they’ll be glad to know that they can “buy” a new pair in the school store if they have enough points.

School Merchandise 

Give students the opportunity to show their school pride with school merchandise. Stock the store year-round by switching out hoodies and jackets in the winter for t-shirts and hats in the spring. Water bottles, keychains, and silicone bracelets are items that’ll never go out of style or season.

Stress Balls

Squeezing a stress ball can help students cope with anxiety, relieve tension, and avoid disruptive behavior such as clicking a pen or tapping on the floor. For added value, choose stress balls with phrases printed on them.

Sports Balls

Footballs, basketballs, baseballs, etc. are great additions to elementary, middle, and high school level school stores. They’ll appeal to the sports lovers and athletes, and students will be thrilled to use them during recess, gym class, or after school. You can find toy versions at local discount stores, or purchase full-size versions and make them higher ticket items that students can aim for. 

Treats

Think: snacks, drinks, gum, and sugar-free candy.

It’s a fact: kids love snacks. Although Smart Snack regulations place limits on the types of food and drinks students can purchase at school, there are plenty of tasty snacks and refreshing drinks that meet regulations. Individual pieces of sugar-free candy and gum make great low-ticket items when students only have a few points to redeem.

Bags

Add tote bags, book bags, purses, and drawstring bags to your school store to appeal to students of all ages. Bags give students a chance to show off their individuality, so find some with motivational quotes or popular TV characters. 

School supplies

Sometimes students forget the necessities. Stocking the school store with school supplies can give students peace of mind in knowing that if they forget their pencil on test day, they can head to the school store and redeem their points for one. Other nice school supplies include mechanical pencils, folders, mini staplers, glue sticks, colored pencils, colorful gel pens, markers, and notebooks.

Trinkets 

Head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains. They might seem insignificant, but children get excited about them.

Phone Charger

More and more schools are letting students use their cell phones to participate in educational games, record presentations, complete assignments, and play music while they work. With all these reasons to use a cell phone, their phones are bound to die. Save the day by including cell phone chargers in the school store.

Bluetooth Speakers

This high-ticket item is one that students will love. Students can connect these speakers to their phone, tablet, laptop, and more! They’ll be excited to work towards having enough points to purchase the speaker, and they’ll proudly show it off to their friends and family when they get it.

Toy Cars

Toy cars are popular amongst younger children. They come in different makes, models, colors, and sizes. Encourage students to work hard, so they can collect them all by the end of the school year.

Stuffed Animals

Another option for younger children is stuffed animals. They can make great additions to the school store and provide comfort to students. Additionally, children enjoy gifting them to each other for birthdays and holidays.

Games 

Games can entertain students inside and outside of the classroom. Students will be happy to redeem their points for crowd favorites such as Uno, Connect 4, and Checkers.

Books

Books can appeal to any age group. Make sure you include books from a wide range of genres, and don’t forget the comics! In addition to books that students can read, add activity books such as coloring books, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Jewelry-Making Kit

Students can create one-of-a-kind bracelets using a jewelry-making kit. There are a variety of kits to choose from, but they typically consist of beads, shells, string, and clasps. This school store item will boost creativity, encourage individuality, and give the students the chance to make something they can give to their loved ones.

Getting Started With Your School Store

Now that you have this list of school store ideas, set your reward system up for success by displaying the items in a visually appealing way and showcasing the “prices” where students can see them. 

Place the higher-ticket items in a special section, and make the price signs larger to draw the students’ attention to them. If the items are desirable, students will be on their best behavior and save their points until they have enough to get exactly what they want.

Although running a PBIS Store according to PBIS best practices might sound tedious, Live School makes it simple and easy. You can track inventory, handle transactions, and monitor students’ points all from within the platform. 

With this list of school store ideas and the LiveSchool platform, your school store will be up and running in no time! Or if your still looking for the perfect incentive check out our list of free rewards for students.

Register Now

About the Event

Today’s school stores present an excellent opportunity to incentivize students to demonstrate positive behaviors. If your school already implements a token economy, take it a step further by creating an official school store full of items the students will love. 

The concept is simple: the students earn points for exhibiting pre-defined positive behaviors, and they can redeem the points for items in the school store. In order for the school store to serve its purpose, make sure it’s stocked with rewards the students will be excited to work for. 

Ideas for Your School Store

Check out this list of 15 school store ideas.

School PBIS Store Example

Earbuds

Earbuds are like gold to students! Whether they want to listen to music during lunch time or watch educational videos in class, earbuds are sure to be a hit in any school store regardless of if the students are 8 or 18! Students tend to lose earbuds frequently, so they’ll be glad to know that they can “buy” a new pair in the school store if they have enough points.

School Merchandise 

Give students the opportunity to show their school pride with school merchandise. Stock the store year-round by switching out hoodies and jackets in the winter for t-shirts and hats in the spring. Water bottles, keychains, and silicone bracelets are items that’ll never go out of style or season.

Stress Balls

Squeezing a stress ball can help students cope with anxiety, relieve tension, and avoid disruptive behavior such as clicking a pen or tapping on the floor. For added value, choose stress balls with phrases printed on them.

Sports Balls

Footballs, basketballs, baseballs, etc. are great additions to elementary, middle, and high school level school stores. They’ll appeal to the sports lovers and athletes, and students will be thrilled to use them during recess, gym class, or after school. You can find toy versions at local discount stores, or purchase full-size versions and make them higher ticket items that students can aim for. 

Treats

Think: snacks, drinks, gum, and sugar-free candy.

It’s a fact: kids love snacks. Although Smart Snack regulations place limits on the types of food and drinks students can purchase at school, there are plenty of tasty snacks and refreshing drinks that meet regulations. Individual pieces of sugar-free candy and gum make great low-ticket items when students only have a few points to redeem.

Bags

Add tote bags, book bags, purses, and drawstring bags to your school store to appeal to students of all ages. Bags give students a chance to show off their individuality, so find some with motivational quotes or popular TV characters. 

School supplies

Sometimes students forget the necessities. Stocking the school store with school supplies can give students peace of mind in knowing that if they forget their pencil on test day, they can head to the school store and redeem their points for one. Other nice school supplies include mechanical pencils, folders, mini staplers, glue sticks, colored pencils, colorful gel pens, markers, and notebooks.

Trinkets 

Head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains. They might seem insignificant, but children get excited about them.

Phone Charger

More and more schools are letting students use their cell phones to participate in educational games, record presentations, complete assignments, and play music while they work. With all these reasons to use a cell phone, their phones are bound to die. Save the day by including cell phone chargers in the school store.

Bluetooth Speakers

This high-ticket item is one that students will love. Students can connect these speakers to their phone, tablet, laptop, and more! They’ll be excited to work towards having enough points to purchase the speaker, and they’ll proudly show it off to their friends and family when they get it.

Toy Cars

Toy cars are popular amongst younger children. They come in different makes, models, colors, and sizes. Encourage students to work hard, so they can collect them all by the end of the school year.

Stuffed Animals

Another option for younger children is stuffed animals. They can make great additions to the school store and provide comfort to students. Additionally, children enjoy gifting them to each other for birthdays and holidays.

Games 

Games can entertain students inside and outside of the classroom. Students will be happy to redeem their points for crowd favorites such as Uno, Connect 4, and Checkers.

Books

Books can appeal to any age group. Make sure you include books from a wide range of genres, and don’t forget the comics! In addition to books that students can read, add activity books such as coloring books, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Jewelry-Making Kit

Students can create one-of-a-kind bracelets using a jewelry-making kit. There are a variety of kits to choose from, but they typically consist of beads, shells, string, and clasps. This school store item will boost creativity, encourage individuality, and give the students the chance to make something they can give to their loved ones.

Getting Started With Your School Store

Now that you have this list of school store ideas, set your reward system up for success by displaying the items in a visually appealing way and showcasing the “prices” where students can see them. 

Place the higher-ticket items in a special section, and make the price signs larger to draw the students’ attention to them. If the items are desirable, students will be on their best behavior and save their points until they have enough to get exactly what they want.

Although running a PBIS Store according to PBIS best practices might sound tedious, Live School makes it simple and easy. You can track inventory, handle transactions, and monitor students’ points all from within the platform. 

With this list of school store ideas and the LiveSchool platform, your school store will be up and running in no time! Or if your still looking for the perfect incentive check out our list of free rewards for students.

About the Presenter

Deiera Bennett is a freelance EdTech copywriter with a background in marketing and 6 years of experience as an educator. When she’s not writing, you can find her binge-watching The Office for the 5th time, spending time with family, or looking up recipes on Pinterest.

The Ultimate List of School Store Ideas

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again.
By 
Deiera Bennett
 | 
June 28, 2022

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again!

Today’s school stores present an excellent opportunity to incentivize students to demonstrate positive behaviors. If your school already implements a token economy, take it a step further by creating an official school store full of items the students will love. 

The concept is simple: the students earn points for exhibiting pre-defined positive behaviors, and they can redeem the points for items in the school store. In order for the school store to serve its purpose, make sure it’s stocked with rewards the students will be excited to work for. 

Ideas for Your School Store

Check out this list of 15 school store ideas.

School PBIS Store Example

Earbuds

Earbuds are like gold to students! Whether they want to listen to music during lunch time or watch educational videos in class, earbuds are sure to be a hit in any school store regardless of if the students are 8 or 18! Students tend to lose earbuds frequently, so they’ll be glad to know that they can “buy” a new pair in the school store if they have enough points.

School Merchandise 

Give students the opportunity to show their school pride with school merchandise. Stock the store year-round by switching out hoodies and jackets in the winter for t-shirts and hats in the spring. Water bottles, keychains, and silicone bracelets are items that’ll never go out of style or season.

Stress Balls

Squeezing a stress ball can help students cope with anxiety, relieve tension, and avoid disruptive behavior such as clicking a pen or tapping on the floor. For added value, choose stress balls with phrases printed on them.

Sports Balls

Footballs, basketballs, baseballs, etc. are great additions to elementary, middle, and high school level school stores. They’ll appeal to the sports lovers and athletes, and students will be thrilled to use them during recess, gym class, or after school. You can find toy versions at local discount stores, or purchase full-size versions and make them higher ticket items that students can aim for. 

Treats

Think: snacks, drinks, gum, and sugar-free candy.

It’s a fact: kids love snacks. Although Smart Snack regulations place limits on the types of food and drinks students can purchase at school, there are plenty of tasty snacks and refreshing drinks that meet regulations. Individual pieces of sugar-free candy and gum make great low-ticket items when students only have a few points to redeem.

Bags

Add tote bags, book bags, purses, and drawstring bags to your school store to appeal to students of all ages. Bags give students a chance to show off their individuality, so find some with motivational quotes or popular TV characters. 

School supplies

Sometimes students forget the necessities. Stocking the school store with school supplies can give students peace of mind in knowing that if they forget their pencil on test day, they can head to the school store and redeem their points for one. Other nice school supplies include mechanical pencils, folders, mini staplers, glue sticks, colored pencils, colorful gel pens, markers, and notebooks.

Trinkets 

Head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains. They might seem insignificant, but children get excited about them.

Phone Charger

More and more schools are letting students use their cell phones to participate in educational games, record presentations, complete assignments, and play music while they work. With all these reasons to use a cell phone, their phones are bound to die. Save the day by including cell phone chargers in the school store.

Bluetooth Speakers

This high-ticket item is one that students will love. Students can connect these speakers to their phone, tablet, laptop, and more! They’ll be excited to work towards having enough points to purchase the speaker, and they’ll proudly show it off to their friends and family when they get it.

Toy Cars

Toy cars are popular amongst younger children. They come in different makes, models, colors, and sizes. Encourage students to work hard, so they can collect them all by the end of the school year.

Stuffed Animals

Another option for younger children is stuffed animals. They can make great additions to the school store and provide comfort to students. Additionally, children enjoy gifting them to each other for birthdays and holidays.

Games 

Games can entertain students inside and outside of the classroom. Students will be happy to redeem their points for crowd favorites such as Uno, Connect 4, and Checkers.

Books

Books can appeal to any age group. Make sure you include books from a wide range of genres, and don’t forget the comics! In addition to books that students can read, add activity books such as coloring books, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Jewelry-Making Kit

Students can create one-of-a-kind bracelets using a jewelry-making kit. There are a variety of kits to choose from, but they typically consist of beads, shells, string, and clasps. This school store item will boost creativity, encourage individuality, and give the students the chance to make something they can give to their loved ones.

Getting Started With Your School Store

Now that you have this list of school store ideas, set your reward system up for success by displaying the items in a visually appealing way and showcasing the “prices” where students can see them. 

Place the higher-ticket items in a special section, and make the price signs larger to draw the students’ attention to them. If the items are desirable, students will be on their best behavior and save their points until they have enough to get exactly what they want.

Although running a PBIS Store according to PBIS best practices might sound tedious, Live School makes it simple and easy. You can track inventory, handle transactions, and monitor students’ points all from within the platform. 

With this list of school store ideas and the LiveSchool platform, your school store will be up and running in no time! Or if your still looking for the perfect incentive check out our list of free rewards for students.

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The Ultimate List of School Store Ideas

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again.
By 
Deiera Bennett
 | 
June 28, 2022

When you think of a school store, what comes to mind? If you think it’s just a closet full of school supplies, think again!

Today’s school stores present an excellent opportunity to incentivize students to demonstrate positive behaviors. If your school already implements a token economy, take it a step further by creating an official school store full of items the students will love. 

The concept is simple: the students earn points for exhibiting pre-defined positive behaviors, and they can redeem the points for items in the school store. In order for the school store to serve its purpose, make sure it’s stocked with rewards the students will be excited to work for. 

Ideas for Your School Store

Check out this list of 15 school store ideas.

School PBIS Store Example

Earbuds

Earbuds are like gold to students! Whether they want to listen to music during lunch time or watch educational videos in class, earbuds are sure to be a hit in any school store regardless of if the students are 8 or 18! Students tend to lose earbuds frequently, so they’ll be glad to know that they can “buy” a new pair in the school store if they have enough points.

School Merchandise 

Give students the opportunity to show their school pride with school merchandise. Stock the store year-round by switching out hoodies and jackets in the winter for t-shirts and hats in the spring. Water bottles, keychains, and silicone bracelets are items that’ll never go out of style or season.

Stress Balls

Squeezing a stress ball can help students cope with anxiety, relieve tension, and avoid disruptive behavior such as clicking a pen or tapping on the floor. For added value, choose stress balls with phrases printed on them.

Sports Balls

Footballs, basketballs, baseballs, etc. are great additions to elementary, middle, and high school level school stores. They’ll appeal to the sports lovers and athletes, and students will be thrilled to use them during recess, gym class, or after school. You can find toy versions at local discount stores, or purchase full-size versions and make them higher ticket items that students can aim for. 

Treats

Think: snacks, drinks, gum, and sugar-free candy.

It’s a fact: kids love snacks. Although Smart Snack regulations place limits on the types of food and drinks students can purchase at school, there are plenty of tasty snacks and refreshing drinks that meet regulations. Individual pieces of sugar-free candy and gum make great low-ticket items when students only have a few points to redeem.

Bags

Add tote bags, book bags, purses, and drawstring bags to your school store to appeal to students of all ages. Bags give students a chance to show off their individuality, so find some with motivational quotes or popular TV characters. 

School supplies

Sometimes students forget the necessities. Stocking the school store with school supplies can give students peace of mind in knowing that if they forget their pencil on test day, they can head to the school store and redeem their points for one. Other nice school supplies include mechanical pencils, folders, mini staplers, glue sticks, colored pencils, colorful gel pens, markers, and notebooks.

Trinkets 

Head into any discount store or dollar store, and you’ll find loads of trinkets to put in your school store. Look for items such as fidget spinners, rings, squishy toys, and keychains. They might seem insignificant, but children get excited about them.

Phone Charger

More and more schools are letting students use their cell phones to participate in educational games, record presentations, complete assignments, and play music while they work. With all these reasons to use a cell phone, their phones are bound to die. Save the day by including cell phone chargers in the school store.

Bluetooth Speakers

This high-ticket item is one that students will love. Students can connect these speakers to their phone, tablet, laptop, and more! They’ll be excited to work towards having enough points to purchase the speaker, and they’ll proudly show it off to their friends and family when they get it.

Toy Cars

Toy cars are popular amongst younger children. They come in different makes, models, colors, and sizes. Encourage students to work hard, so they can collect them all by the end of the school year.

Stuffed Animals

Another option for younger children is stuffed animals. They can make great additions to the school store and provide comfort to students. Additionally, children enjoy gifting them to each other for birthdays and holidays.

Games 

Games can entertain students inside and outside of the classroom. Students will be happy to redeem their points for crowd favorites such as Uno, Connect 4, and Checkers.

Books

Books can appeal to any age group. Make sure you include books from a wide range of genres, and don’t forget the comics! In addition to books that students can read, add activity books such as coloring books, crossword puzzles, and word searches.

Jewelry-Making Kit

Students can create one-of-a-kind bracelets using a jewelry-making kit. There are a variety of kits to choose from, but they typically consist of beads, shells, string, and clasps. This school store item will boost creativity, encourage individuality, and give the students the chance to make something they can give to their loved ones.

Getting Started With Your School Store

Now that you have this list of school store ideas, set your reward system up for success by displaying the items in a visually appealing way and showcasing the “prices” where students can see them. 

Place the higher-ticket items in a special section, and make the price signs larger to draw the students’ attention to them. If the items are desirable, students will be on their best behavior and save their points until they have enough to get exactly what they want.

Although running a PBIS Store according to PBIS best practices might sound tedious, Live School makes it simple and easy. You can track inventory, handle transactions, and monitor students’ points all from within the platform. 

With this list of school store ideas and the LiveSchool platform, your school store will be up and running in no time! Or if your still looking for the perfect incentive check out our list of free rewards for students.

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