Behaviour Charts

A selection of charts for our visitors from the UK and South Africa. The title reads “behaviour chart”.

Free Printable Behaviour Charts

Behaviour Charts
Lazy Town

The Simpsons
Free Printable Behaviour Chart

Ninja Turtles

Bakugan
Barbie

Bob the Builder
Behaviour chart template

Coloured Chart

Kung-fu Panda
Smurf

Gogos Crazy Bones
Bratz

Bratz

The above chart can be coloured and decorated.

Ink Friendly Charts

The following  charts are low on colour and therefore save ink.

Free Printable Behavior Charts for Children
Diego Behavior Chart

Ben Ten Behavior Charts
Boots Behavior Chart

Free Behavior Chart
Free Printable Behavior Chart

Free Behavior Charts for Kids
Princess Behavior Chart

Behavior Chart
Behavior Chart

Behavior Charts for Kids
Behavior Chart for Kids

Free Behavior Charts
Behaviour Charts for Children

Free Colouring Behaviour Charts

The following colouring charts can be printed and coloured by your children.

Flower Behaviour Chart
spiderman reward chart

Treasure Chest Sticker Chart
Winnie the Pooh Reward Chart

 

Bob the Builder coloring reward chart

Garfield chart
Toy story reward chart

sticker chart with a picture of a lion playing with a ball and a group of animals
The Bee movie incentive chart

 

behavior chart with pictures of 4 animals
Reward chart for multiple children

 

Kung Fu Panda colouring behaviour chart
Dora and Boots Coloring Behaviour Chart


Fed up with your kid’s bad behaviour? Looking for an easy way to improve their behaviour? Printable behaviour charts are an amazing tool which can improve your child’s behaviour overnight. And all of our behaviour charts for kids are free!

What are Behaviour Charts?

Behaviour charts track a child’s behaviour and reward positive desirable behaviour. The reward can either be a treat which the child receives when the chart is complete or when a certain number of stickers are received. For some children, the star which is pasted on the behaviour chart is enough of an incentive. The required number of stickers which need to be received in order to receive a prize is usually decided upon at the beginning of the process. The child’s age should be taken into consideration when determining this number. Kids age 3 to 5 usually can’t cope with more than 10 steps whilst older kids can usually handle around 20 steps. We have a variety of free behaviour charts for kids for all ages.

Why do Behaviour Charts work?

Children love to be praised and encouraged.  Positive reinforcement is the best way to encourage and maintain good behaviour.

Behaviour charts ensure that we praise desirable behaviour which we might not recognize when not using a chart.

How are Behaviour Charts Used?

  1. Show your child our collection of printable  behaviour charts and let him or her choose one.
  2. Download and print the behaviour chart of your child’s choice.
  3. Define “good behaviour” and discuss it with your child. Make sure that your children understand how you would like them to behave and what kind of behaviour will be rewarded with a star of sticker.
  4. When your child receives the required number of stars, acknowledge the achievement with a prize or reward.