Velcro Chore/Daily Chart: Child gets to put a blue *reusable* sticker for every task he completes/goal accomplishes. He gets a red sticker at the bottom for every day he does them all. At the end of the week-you can either chose the size of the reward based on how many red stickers they have. OR have a “treasure chest” with goodies (squirt guns, tattoos, matchbox cars, etc.) and he only gets to pick something on Sunday IF they get all of the red stickers for the week. <—You can be pretty lenient with some things depending on their age and circumstances!
Behavior Chart: Involve your child in deciding which consequences are best for each level of misbehavior. Choose a Behavior You want to Curb. Every AM Child starts at the top. Move down in sequence. If behavior is corrected after the first time of being asked/reprimanded – take child out of the warning spot after 5 min. (if using Reward Chart too the child can still have a chance to earn a blue sticker if he corrects behavior) This can go with Reward Chart (see my other post)
Once These Chore/Behavior/Reward Charts Above become to simple and your kids begin to manipulate them - Here are Updated versions for “older” kids
Updated Chore/Daily/Behavior/Reward Charts:
Manners Chart (You could also use Flash Cards instead of a Poster)
Make a chart of manners and recite them at the beginning of each day.
Use the same velcro stickers & chart as before, just put new strips of paper for the new tasks.
Changes made: Specific morning and nighttime tasks, a broader range of what he needs to be pick up, rules about food & water (we’ve been having a hard time with finishing dinner, I drew PEOPLE and a cat in the “be kind” section.
Located in the kitchen. Daily chart is eye level for him.
He is not allowed to touch any chart other than his daily chart.