Lego Charts

Lego Sticker ChartsOn this page you will find 12 different Lego reward charts, behavior charts, potty training charts and chore charts. They can all be customized so you can add your own text and customize it to suit your needs.

We received a request from Kimberly to create a Lego reward chart for her son who loves Lego. If your child likes Lego too then you might find these charts helpful. We also have Ninjago behavior charts which can be printed free too.

If you have a special request for a specific reward chart then please let us know and we will try and produce it for you.

Editable Chore Chart

This chart can be edited online so it can be used for multiple purposes. To create a chore chart type in the chore list. To create a potty chart type in the potty milestones. To create a behavior chart, type in the behavior that you are targeting. Add your child’s photo and your chart is ready! You can also change the days of the week if you don’t want the week to start on a Sunday.

Editable chore chart


Weekly reward charts

Mark a piece of lego each time your child gets a sticker. There is space to write what the reward will be when the chart is complete.

If you would like to edit your chart and add your own chore list or list of behaviors then click on the editable version.

10 step reward chart

10 step sticker chart with a firetruck, a Lego tree and Lego figurines


20 step behavior chart

Incentive chart with 20 steps to reach the goal


Behavior chart with a green border and 20 steps


Weekly sticker chart – this can be used as a chore chart, behavior chart, reward chart or for any other purpose.

weekly sticker chart with a colored background


sticker chart


Incentive chart


printable sticker chart


Potty Training Charts

potty training chart

Monday to Sunday


toilet training chart

Sunday to Saturday


Toilet Training Chart

potty training chart with milestones






  1. I want to print out one of your weekly Lego sticker charts but it only prints it portrait and not landscape therefore it is only printed on the top half of the page a bit to small to be used.

  2. Lisa, the Lego charts open as jpg files so if it is printing portrait it must be related to your printer’s settings. Change your printer to landscape and check the preview before you print. You should be able to print it landscape.

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