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What is a behavior chart and what is its purpose?
Are you struggling to get your child’s routine in order? Do you feel tired of the ups and downs of the process, one day routine is perfect and the other day it all falls apart again. Well, we have all been there. We have all struggled to develop a routine and do everything on time. But do you know there is a tool that can help you help your child to make the process of creating a routine easier? If you are wondering what it is then you have come to the right place, we have got you covered. Let us introduce you to a behavior chart.
A behavior chart is a chart that you can make to track the behavior of your child. It is an amazing parenting tool to help parents develop and track a child’s behavior. This can also be used to correct irregular behaviors of children for example sleeping and eating behaviors. It is an interactive tool and can easily be customized according to the behavior you want to track or establish. It helps develop organizational skills in children.
Download Printable Behaviour Chart Templates in MS Word Format
On this page you can download pre-designed, readymade behavior charts formatted in Microsoft Word. Each of these is fully customizable and printable. You can find charts for Classroom Behaviour, Kids’ Morning Routine, Management behavior, Student Behaviour, and Teeth brush behavior.
Here is a list of a few types of behavior charts that are fun to use with your children.
Sticker charts – In sticker charts you use stickers on the charts whenever your child achieves the set goal. Sticker charts are very fun for toddlers, kindergartners, and even for middle schoolers because they all love stickers. You can let them pick their favorite stickers.
Star charts – star charts are another fun way to entice children to complete their given tasks. You use stars on the chart as the reward. You can either use star-shaped stickers or you can draw a star on the chart.
Magnetic charts – School-going children enjoy this kind of chart, different magnets are available in the market you can choose the magnets of your child’s favorite cartoon character and use them on a chart when they complete a task.
Color charts – in color charts you categorize colors on bad and good characteristics and use those colors depending on if the performance is good or bad
Written charts – written charts are for big kids. In this kind of chart, you write your goals or tasks that you want to achieve and then tick them when they are complete.
How to make a behavior chart to success for everyone?
Aim for your achievable goals
Consider a reward
Create rules to make the process more fun for children. They will make the process exciting and they will more likely to participate
The reward must be given instantly once the goal is achieved
Offer praise and encourage your children once they complete the task
Set a milestone
Do not remove stars, magnets, or stickers from the chart, keep them there for their motivation
Once they are consistent with the routine or a behavior work towards quitting the chart gradually