Free printable behavior chart
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Parenting is hard! My husband and I were struggling with discipline with our kids and nothing seemed to be working. The hardest part of the day was bedtime. My girls would not stay in their beds! We finally decided to try something new and I made these simple reward charts. They are so excited now to put a sticker on their charts! It has made bedtime so much easier because I remind them that they get a sticker if they stay in their beds and then they have something to look forward to in the…
Sanae Marica Kirveslahti saved to Dujo
This printable behavior chart will help the kids stay on track and be mindful of their behavior. This chart is encouraging for kids to get to the top!
Fernando Vences saved to Reward chart template
Free printable behavior charts for kids. Instant download. Hundreds of templates. Many of the charts can be customized free.
Brandee Drury saved to Print
Free Printable Chore Chart for Kids. We've also included a fun Rainbow Rewards Chart! Need some tips and tricks on how to motivate your children to do their chores? We've got, not only some tips, but why chores are important and a FREE Chore Chart to get you started. #superstarworksheets #chorechart #chorechartsforkids #rewardschart #freechorechart #rewardchartsprintable #chorechartprintable
Kuriaki Prinia saved to Δάσκαλοι
Printable Reward Chart for Kids! Free Printable Reward Chart Template, use as star chart for kids behavior to earn incentives!
Chandler Soloway saved to Quick Saves
How have the first two weeks of September gone for you? Are you kiddos getting into a routine? Whether you are in the classroom teaching kindergarten, are teaching virtually via distance learning or you’re homeschooling, I truly feel like routine is more important than schedule. Five and six yea
Diane Mewhinney saved to beg of the year
Getting your kids to follow routines and do their chores is always hard. I've posted before about getting kids to do their chores, here and here, but nothing ever really sticks. Summer just started and my kids have no clue what to do with all of their free time. We’ve been struggling to fill our days and I didn’t like them watching tv or playing on their iPads all day. I knew something had to change. So I set out on a mission to create routine and behavior charts so they know what to expect…
Nicole Hans saved to Jase
Changing the behavior of children is possible. These printable reward charts are handy and easy to download. Try NOW
Support your child's positive behavior and accomplishments with this printable weekly reward chart.
toufiq lahbari saved to Mathématiques
Promote Good Behavior with this DIY Color Coded Reward Chart
The Confident Mom saved to Christian Homemaking