How to use this kitty chore and self-care chart
This kitty chore and self-care chart is perfect for parents and kids love it. You have the option of deciding what activities you want to see from your child and adjusting goals as you go along. You can draw simple pictures to represent actions (like a comb, a tidy bed, a garbage can) or you can write things out once the youngster can read.
Be sure to include easy items that tend to be done every day already; this is a good way to express your thanks for the cooperation you are currently experiencing. Then completing the other chores or self-care items doesn’t seem so overwhelming to the child. Cross out, color-in, or place a sticker on each cell with your child as it is completed. This was designed with a daily chart in mind, but you can adapt it as you wish. Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use the chart.
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