How to use this homework sticker chart
This homework sticker chart for young children can be used to encourage homework completion daily. The chart is very flexible. You may decide to provide an incentive daily when a certain number of stickers are given. Or if the child is able to postpone a reward until the end of the week (depends on age and maturity) you can set it up that way. When there is no homework for a subject on a given day either because the teacher did not assign one or the student finished it in class, a “free” sticker can be given in that space as if the homework had been completed at home. The goal is to encourage the child to stay on top of homework, and to keep it simple for the adult.
Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use the chart.
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