Selecting a Reward or Incentives Chart
You want to have a chart that appeals to your child as much as possible. As a second step you can plan to have stickers your child likes, but this is not mandatory. You can draw a smiley face or a star–whatever you think your child will respond to. Color and sparkle often add to the activity for young children. Do you want to focus on a single day? Or a week or month at a time? Give some thought tho this.
Using Our Printable Reward & Incentive Charts
Some parents find that marking the Reward and Incentive Chart and giving lots of verbal praise is in itself is a satisfactory reward while the completed chart is shown to other family members with great pride. Yet, as their name implies, many find that a small incentive or reward for chart completion–like a trip to the treasure box, special time with a book, playing a game with Mom or Dad–makes a big difference.
Keep it Interesting
We suggest alternating Reward and Incentive Charts now and then to keep your youngster interested. This works especially well if you hang their completed charts somewhere prominent and visible in your house or keep them in a special folder. Changing the types of stickers or using different colored crayons and markers can also help to keep things fresh.
Enjoy and Have Fun!
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