How to use the stick to the right foods diet behavior chart
Is your child on a special diet? Maybe it involves avoiding foods they are sensitive or allergic to like milk, artificial additives, corn or sugary treats. Or you may want your child eating (rather than avoiding) certain foods. Perhaps they need to count carbs. It’s not easy for kids to stick with a food plan, and with this diet behavior chart you can make sure your child knows how much you appreciate cooperation with foods. You can give a sticker for avoiding one food or a list of foods. Give a sticker at each meal or for the day. Just be sure everyone is clear on how it works. Your special sticker can be the reward–or you can offer a small incentive for completing one or more filled charts. Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use the chart.
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