How to use the weekly chart
Ah, yes–the challenge of trying to get tweens and teenagers out of bed in the morning! Our intermediate chart is straightforward and to the point.
Be sure your expectations are clearly stated and that your youngster understands what is required. A verbal explanation back by the son or daughter can be helpful, to make sure there is no confusion. Then write it on the chart. “I have to be up and in the shower by 7:30 a.m.” Or “I have to be out of bed by 7:00 am.” Discuss the chart and negative or positive actions based on chart completion.
Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use the chart.
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