Printable Reward Chart

TGIF everyone!!!! The mister has been on vacation all week and you know what that means as far as crafts go: I GOT NOTHING DONE! lol I did however pick up some supplies and make a list of what I want to do, so I’m really excited to get working on projects next week to show you guys!
A little housekeeping – I updated my menu bar to include a drop down menu. There you will find all sorts of information according to categories like sewing, desserts, subway art, etc. I’ve also added a new little section about guest post submissions. I hope this little update makes things easier to find on the site. :)
Okay, as you may have noticed Fridays around here have pretty much become our day for some free printables. I kind of like having a routine her on the blog and I think we will stick to it for awhile.
At the beginning of the year I created a reward chart for my 2 older children, Emilee and Grace. Forever trying to come up with a way to get them to improve on their behavior, I decided to give this a try.

Making one for yourself is super simple. Here’s what you will need:

Reward Chart (click HERE to download the PDF for free)
Laminating Sheets or Laminating Machine (I used the sheets – worked perfect!)
Dry Erase Marker
Magnets (optional)
I left TASK and REWARD blank so that you can fill it in with your own things. Some of the ones I used were Be Kind, Make Bed, Neat Homework, etc. You can customize it per child, per item. Whatever works for your family. Once your child gets all of their boxes filled in for that TASK, then they will get the decided upon reward at the end. The dry erase marker works great because now you can keep reusing the same chart.  If you want to add those magnetic strips to the back to make it easier to hang on your fridge, that will work too.


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