This would all depend on the level you are teaching, but one idea for about third or fourth grade I want to try is a classroom economy. They use classroom dollars as rewards and get them taken away in certain circumstances. Here's a link to what I found on it:
This would be fun for everyone, but only works on certain ages. Some ideas for younger students include actually doing less, according to one source I found. This all depends on your teaching style, though.
Some more ideas I found for middle schoolers and above:
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