Selecting a Goal Chart
Give careful thought to the types of goals you believe will be most helpful for your child, whether academic, related to harmony and help at home, or general character building. The opportunities are endless and can be very important. Look through our Goal Charts below, either by yourself or with your child, to find a good match for the situation you are working with.
Using Our Printable Goal Charts
Sometimes reaching a goal is, in itself, enough reward for a youngster. But many children love to see their efforts recorded on a Goal Chart so they can have additional personal satisfaction and also received recognition from family members. You can write or type the goal plans on the fields and make copies if you wish to repeat the plan. (Premium Members and Pro Members can type in the fields on the computer after downloading the Goal Chart and before printing.) Make sure your child understands the expectations and incentives you combine with the use of the chart.
Keep it Interesting
Little changes can make Goal Charts more exciting for a child. Think of ways to mix it up–using different stickers, hanging the chart in different places, swapping a review of the chart from one adult to another if there is more than one caregiver in the home. Do your best to keep your review of the Goal Chart enthusiastic, as your child will pick up on your tone and actions.
Enjoy and Have Fun!
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Be sure to check out all of the other charts and printables we offer on our site by navigating our menu. We also suggest for you to follow us on Pinterest for more helpful goodies! We regularly post behavior charts and other useful behavioral tools to our followers.
If you have any ideas on new charts that you would like to see us offer, then please send us a note. We would love to hear from you!