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{Printable} Kids Behaviour Charts

 

Kids Behaviour Charts

I was recently asked to make a behaviour/reward chart to suit a reader and her family.  When my kids were youngers I used these charts, they got such a buzz out of placing a sticker on a chart, or a big tick to show they have behaved well.  You can purchase reward charts similar to the ones we use, however these charts below are rewards for specific behaviours, personalised to suit your child.

Routine, rewards and responsibility charts are available instore HERE

Options for rewards:

  • Stickers
  • Book
  • Special pens
  • Colouring pencils
  • Hairties
  • Marbles
  • Lego
  • Something to add to a collection
  • Colouring/activity book
  • Notebook
  • Nail polish
  • Lip gloss
  • Small action figures
  • Card games
  • Special activity:
    • Milkshake at the local coffee store
    • Ice-cream at the ice cream parlour
    • Pick favourite dinner/dessert
    • Time at the park
    • Bike ride with family member
    • Go to the movies
    • Read a special book
    • Watch their favourite TV program
    • Have a friend sleep over
    • Pocket money

Charts for kids available HERE

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  • Rebekah

    I do something similar with my boys, although I struggled with having set ones for them to get stickers for. So they know what would get stickers (being nice, no whining, no fighting), or extra things I will say ‘You can earn a sticker if you do this for me” – which usually sends them running to do it.

    Ive now made a box with ‘Charity’ written on the side. Any bad behaviour results in a lost toy to this box. They can earn the toy back when their chart is full. If the box gets filled up though (meaning they have been exceptionally naughty) all those toys get donated to charity.ReplyCancel

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