Behavior Charts with 10 Steps

Free Toddler Behavior Chart

A toddler behavior chart should not have more than 10 steps. Toddlers have a shorter attention span and need to see results sooner than older children. 10 step charts are used for toddlers, younger kids and kids that need short term goals. This is a very small sample of the 10 step charts on this site. You can find more free behavior charts if you look around the site.


Angry Birds Chart

Printable chart


Racing Car Behavior Charts

Racing car
Behavior chart with racing car

Fairy and Princess Charts



Behavior Chart for Kids

Coloring Sticker Charts


Bob the Builder

Bob the Builder coloring chart
Bob the Builder

The Bee movie incentive chart
The Bee Movie

sticker chart with a picture of a lion playing with a ball and a group of animals

Reward chart for multiple children
10 step Snoopy behavior chart which can be used for two children.

How to make a toddler chore chart

  1. Select a chart template from one of the designs above.
  2. Explain to your child which chore you are going to track. Since toddlers cannot read there is no need to add a chore list.
  3. Each time a chore is completed mark a number on the chore chart.
  4. When your child has completed 10 chores congratulate her and tell her how proud you are of her. Tell her how grown up she is and what a wonderful job she did!



  1. What a great site. 🙂 Thank you.

  2. Rhoda Davis says:

    I am looking for a getting ready for school chart for my Grandson aged 4 . As he is not reading yet I was wondering if you have anything with pictures rather than words?

  3. We don’t have one but I will get one up for you within the next few days.

  4. Rhoda,
    The morning routine chart with pictures is up on the site.

  5. Haylee Milne says:

    Can you please make a ten step beahaviour chart for head banging Demi Lovato thanks

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