Fabulous things happy everyday, in elementary school, that you wouldn't believe, but every now and then a student does something so fabulous that they must be rewarded. Enter the Fabulous Cone. So when a student does something incredible I exclaim, "Fabulous," then follow that with something like, "how did you do that!" or "I cannot belieeeeeeeeeeeeve how FABULOUS you are, I don't think anyone in this whole room realizes what you just did!!!!!!" Now I've got everyone's attention. The Fabulous Cone goes on the desk of the fabulous person accompanied with some sort of fabulous reward. "Why don't you get a drink of water," (if you withhold drinking water it becomes a reward). Then, with everyone's attention, the fabulous act, or knowledge, is explained and emphasized. How can the other students not want to know how they can be fabulous? Now that's FUN, don't tell anyone.