Bob the Builder Behavior Charts

Behavior Charts

Free printable Bob the Builder behavior charts for little fans of Bob the Builder. There are very various kinds of behavior chart templates on this page. Choose the one that best suits your needs.

10 Step Bob the Builder Behavior Chart

Bob the Builder says “Can we behave? Yes we can!”

Bob the Builder Behavior Charts

Bob the Builder Behavior Chart
Behavior Charts with Bob the Builder

12 Step Bob the Builder Behavior Chart
15 Step Bob the Builder Behavior Chart

Bob the Builder Sticker Charts
Behavior Charts

15 Step Bob the Builder Behavior Chart “Can we behave? Yes we can!”

Bob the Builder Incentive Chart
Bob the Builder Behaviour Chart

Weekly Bob the Builder Behavior Chart(week starts on Sunday)
Weekly Bob the Builder Behaviour Chart (week starts on Monday)

Bob the Builder Sticker Chart
Bob the Builder Behaviour Chart

Weekly Bob the Builder Behavior Chart(week starts on Sunday)
Weekly Bob the Builder Behaviour Chart (week starts on Monday)

Bob the Builder Behavior Chart
Bob the Builder Behaviour Chart

Weekly Bob the Builder Behavior Chart (week starts on Sunday)
Weekly Bob the Builder Behaviour Chart (week starts on Monday)

Bob the Builder Behavior Chart

Bob the Builder Behavior Chart

Tip: When using behavior charts to improve your child’s behavior spend some time trying to understand why he is behaving in this manner. Does he misbehave because its easier than behaving well or is he looking for attention from you. Sometimes negative attention is better than no attention at all. Raising kids is very stressful and we are often so preoccupied with our own problems that we don’t realize that most of the attention that our kids get is when they behave badly, as opposed to remembering to praise them when they behave well. Behavior charts are actually one of the ways to ensure that this doesn’t happen. When we use sticker charts to track our kids behavior we are reminded to praise them. Every time we give them a sticker or mark their chart we are focusing on their good behavior and praising them when they do something well.





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