What are behavior charts?
Kids initially start behaving well to get a sticker on their chart, please their parents and teachers, be praised and complimented, or maybe even get a reward for completing their behavior chart. Eventually, good behavior comes naturally and kids start reaping the benefits. They start enjoying their relationship with their parents, they love not being yelled at, getting good grades, improving self-esteem, etc. In time, children will actually set limits for themselves and want to behave well!
There are two kinds of behavior charts on this site: charts that focus on a specific behavior or reward chart templates you can use for any purpose.
Reward or behavior chart templates are very flexible and can be customized to your needs. Most of our behavior charts can also be personalized with your child’s name, goals, and photo. All of our charts are free including customized charts.
According to the CDC, a reward program such as a sticker chart can help young kids. It can help get kids to do things they are not already doing or encourage them to keep doing things they are already doing. It works well for behaviors that become a habit like staying in bed after being tucked in, using the potty, or brushing one’s teeth.
Reward Charts for Kids
How do reward charts work?
A reward chart is used to promote and encourage good behavior by emphasizing a child’s good behavior instead of focusing on the bad behavior. Studies have shown that praising good behavior is far more effective than reprimanding children for their bad behavior. The problem is that it is much easier to focus on bad behavior since it is difficult to ignore. Sticker charts help remind you to praise good behavior by placing a star or sticker on the chart. This sends a message to the child that he or she is being rewarded for acting in that manner. Your child, in turn, will want to receive more positive feedback so he or she will be motivated to behave in a similar manner. After all, who doesn’t want to be praised? Each time you stick a sticker on the reward chart you are basically taking the time to stop and praise your child. It also makes it clear to the child that he or she is acting in a manner that you appreciate, like, and want to reward.
It is important that the whole process is fun or else it will not be as effective. Try to choose a chart that your child likes from our huge selection of free printable behavior charts. Choose a sticker chart together with your child and give it a try. The only thing that you have to lose is your child’s bad behavior!
Are you looking for a chore chart template to keep track of your child’s chore list? We have a huge selection of family chore charts and printable chore charts for girls and boys. We also offer a chore chart maker to create custom chore charts. You will also find articles on how to get your kids to do chores and how chores can benefit kids.
We offer a selection of free printable certificates to award your students or children for good behavior, reading, effort, sport, or skills. Printable certificates are an excellent way to reward good behavior.
We offer a potty chart template and a selection of free printable potty charts. You will also find additional free tools to help with the potty training process such as information regarding:
We offer a variety of different charts for kids such as:
- Behavior charts
- Sticker charts
- Star charts
- Charts to solve sleep issues
- Star charts for kids
- Potty training charts
- Reward charts with your favorite character
All parents love their children. The problem is that sometimes raising and disciplining kids becomes so overwhelming that we don’t enjoy parenting as much as we could and should. The goals of this site are to provide free tools and resources in order to:
- Make parenting more effective, rewarding, and enjoyable.
- Improve your relationship with your children.
- Give you more confidence in your parenting.
- Correct misbehavior using positive parenting techniques.
- Help parents who are feeling helpless and frustrated.
- Increase your knowledge and improve your parenting skills.
- Get your family to work as a team with common goals.
- Build positive relationships with the entire family.
This site is based on positive parenting techniques. The ultimate goal of positive parenting is to get your child to want to behave well.
Our goal is to provide teachers with classroom management tools such as reading rewards, classroom rewards, and other free tools to reward and motivate students. We know that you have a really difficult job but we are here to help! If you require additional resources, then please comment below and we will try to create them for you!