Scooby Doo Behavior Charts

Free Printable Behavior Charts

Maria requested someĀ behavior charts with a Scooby Doo theme. I hope that you find them useful as well!

10 Step Sticker Chart

This is a 10 step sticker chart which can be used to track specific goals. It can also be used with younger children who can only work with very short terms goals. A weekly chart would probably not work with a young child who does not yet have a concept of time.

10 step reward chart

Reward Chart / Chore Chart

This is a 10 step chart which tracks chores or any other goals over a 10 day period. Write your chore list of list of goals in the space provided and stick a sticker on the chart each time that the goals are reached. Any of the printable charts on this page can be used as chore charts.

Incentive chart

20 step Sticker Chart

This sticker chart or behavior chart focuses on one specific behavior.

 

Sticker chart

Weekly Behavior Charts

These weekly behavior charts / reward charts track behavior over a one week period. Write the list of goals or desired behavior on the chart so that your child can fully understand your expectations.

Reward Chart

Behaviour Chart – The chart above is also available in a Monday to Sunday Version

Weekly chart to improve behavior

Behaviour Chart – The chart above is also available in a Monday to Sunday Version

Behavior Charts with Scooby Doo characters

Behaviour Chart – The chart above is also available in a Monday to Sunday Version

Behavior Chart

Behaviour Chart – The chart above is also available in a Monday to Sunday Version

Incentive Chart

This chart has space to write a list of goals. It also has an incentive. For example, if I get 26 stickers then I’ll get to go to sleep 20 minutes later. You decide how many stickers your child needs to earn and what the reward will be.

 

Incnetive Chart

Behaviour Chart (The chart above is also available in a Monday to Sunday Version)

 

Comments

  1. I am looking for the PDF version of the first one on the page– the 10-step sticker one for younger children. I can’t find the PDF one on here! My son would love it.

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