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text editable reward charts for kids to help them learn and continue good behavior in 5 different adorable styles fit for a boy or a girl. Black and white, pink unicorn, blue bear, green llama, or yellow pinata styles.
Reward chart for using coloring circles to get small treats that lead up to a big reward. The style is blue with a brown bear and red stars
A pink reward chart with a white unicorn and balloons. The chart can be filled in with stickers as your child progresses in the thing they are shooting for.
A cute black and white printer friendly coloring page sticker or reward chart. Reward your kids for good behavior, potty training, getting good grades, doing the chores, putting away their clothes and toys, cleaning their room, or any other thing they need to work on.
green sticker reward chart decorated with a llama and feathers. Make potty training more fun with this adorable reward chart!
reward charts for boys or girls to help them behave, learn, and grow.

Reward Charts for Kids

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$10.00
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$10.00

WHAT YOU GET:

5 reward charts in 1 PDF File. Each chart has a text-editable name and rewards section you can type in on your computer before printing.

  • Green with a Llama
  • Pink with a Unicorn
  • Yellow with a Pinata
  • Blue with a Bear
  • Black and White with a House

WHAT IS A REWARD CHART?

A visual way to keep track of good behavior and plan rewards for reaching milestones.

WHY SHOULD I USE A REWARD CHART?

Reward charts are a great motivational tool that can be used for any number of habits and skills you want to help your children learn and do.

When someone receives acknowledgement, appreciation, and a reward for their efforts, they feel completely proud of their accomplishments and their confidence and sense of well-being skyrockets.

HOW DO I USE A REWARD CHART?

  • Focus on one behavior at a time
  • Make sure your child knows what is expected of them by teaching them, modeling good behavior yourself, and helping them until they can do it on their own.
  • Reward your child frequently for their efforts.
  • Have them help you decide on the rewards they want so they are more motivated to earn them.
  • Remember that rewarding is not bribing. A reward is something you set up in advance and talk about what you expect. A bribe is an in-the-moment move of desperation.

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Reward Charts for Kids