How to use the weekly chart
Morning schedules go so much better when kids are out of bed on time! Use this chart to log 2-weeks at a time. Be sure to explain what your expectations are. Up with the alarm the parent sets? Up after the first (or second) verbal call for action? Once the criteria is set on what “getting up” means, then decide what your reward will be for a successful chart.
Our Getting Started with Behavior Charts article has some simple tips on how to use the chart.
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