Selecting a Responsibility Chart
As you scroll through our Responsibility Charts you’ll probably find that some jump out at your as ideal for your family dynamics. (If not, let us know and we’ll try to make one that fits your needs!) Remember that you don’t have to use all the spaces on the chart. It’s OK to start with just a few responsibilities. Or, you can fill in some of the spots on the Responsibility Chart with activities your child already does to give “credit” for those. This can make the other new behaviors you may be focusing on seem more appealing and achievable.
Using Our Printable Responsibility Charts
Once your child can read, you can fill out the Responsibility Chart as you wish with writing/text, describing what you want to see accomplished. Very young kids, will need or enjoy a picture. No matter how compliant and helpful your child may be, a Responsibility Chart can be a positive experience for all involved.
Keep it Interesting
One of the reasons we’ve taken the extra effort to make some of the most visually appealing Responsibility Charts you’ll find is that we want kids to buy into the effort. If the charts are colorful and fun for young children, that will help. For older kids, more simple charts are ready for use. Look for something fresh now and then, printing a variety of charts. It can help your motivation, too!
Enjoy and Have Fun!
If you like using our Responsibility Charts, then please use our social share buttons to tell your friends and family about them.
Be sure to check out all of the free 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!