Homework Reward Chart Printable
I designed 2 updated versions that are free for you to download and enjoy.
I left TASK and REWARD blank so that you can fill it in with your own things. Once your child gets all of their boxes filled in for that TASK, then they will get the decided upon reward at the end.
Fast forward about 7-8 years and I now have a very spirited and energetic boy who needs some additional structure also and we are re-instituting the reward chart.Some of the ones I used were Be Kind, Make Bed, Neat Homework, etc. 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.Keeping the charts simple can help the child focus.If you have a chart with too many goals, they can lose focus.Don't work on more than a few things with young children.As they get older you can add more goals or chores to their chart.Positive reinforcement builds self-esteem and having a reward system allows you to use the threat of not getting the reward, which is more positive than the threat of punishment.I've created a few different reward charts below that you can customize using Excel 2007 or Excel 2010.Then, print out the chart and use stickers for the stars.The stars shown in the screenshot were added within the spreadsheet using conditional formatting icon sets. The column labels are meant to be dates, as shown in the screenshot.