Christmas Reward Chart
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Our CHRISTMAS short term reward chart is the perfect reminder, and added incentive, for tip-top behaviour at this time of year. Use stickers as rewards or jazz him up with cotton balls until he is complete. Display him in plain sight as a fun remember that SANTA is on his way!!
Keep completed charts under the tree until Christmas Eve or ‘send’ them off to Santa early!
This Christmas reward chart can be used for:
- Tidying their room
- Packing away toys
- Helping around the house
- Trying new foods at dinner time
- Going to bed without fussing
- Younger children who are first time users of reward charts as a fun introduction
- Sleeping in their own bed
Note: This is a digital file that will be emailed to your nominated account at time of purchase.
Why are reward charts helpful:
Reward charts, when used consistently are an excellent tool for encouraging positive behaviour and a ‘can do’ attitude. They give children more control over the situation as they are having to make a decision on their own terms to achieve a final award.
Reward charts promote structure and routine, ease frustration, teach self discipline, motivate and help focus on the positives in your child’s behaviour.
How to use a reward chart:
Display the reward chart somewhere that your child can easily see it. Discuss what behaviour you are trying to change and set a clear goal. Make the goal achievable but not too easy that the chart is full on day one. Example: ‘Pick up all the toys off the floor before bath time and you’ll get a star for your chart.’ Having a selection of ‘stickers of interest’ will also keep the excitement high. Give the sticker as soon as the task is complete and praise the positive behaviour. Rewards must also be clear. Start with short term rewards that can be given often such as a book, a small treat at the shop or staying up late one night. As they better understand the process you can increase the time frame to a couple of weeks, stretch out the time between stickers and eventually phase out the chart.