Personalise each chart with your child's name, using the pencil icon . Press OK.
Choose your preferred token from the drop down menu (e.g.star or smiley).
Each time you award your child with a token, open their chart and press on one to light it up (it will change colour).
At tokens 3 and 6 a small present symbol appears to show your child has gained a mini treat.
Turn the audio on or off by pressing the speaker icon.
To record when your child has received their treat, press the present symbol and it will disappear to indicate collection of the treat.
Once your child has achieved 10 tokens they are awarded a 'big' treat (large present appears).
Press the reset button to start again from the beginning.
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Using the Reward Chart
Try this reward chart to praise good behaviour and create a positive atmosphere and sense of achievement. With no preset 'chores' or
demands you are free to offer rewards for whatever feels appropriate at the time. This chart allows you to be flexible and find a
positive, no matter how small. Your child gains a token every time you feel that they have performed in a manner you wish to encourage.
Examples of good behaviour might include being kind, sharing, good drawing, sitting still, eating well, staying in bed, having a
dry nappy/pants, concentrating for a short period, wiping their own bottom, getting dressed independently, cleaning their teeth,
helping tidy up, going to bed without a fuss, using the potty/toilet etc. Remember that keeping positivity within an environment
is key to promoting and reinforcing good behaviour. This may require you to give praise for what you consider 'normal' behaviour
rather than expecting your child to perform at a level greater than they are presently able to. In theory, this will happen in time!
Treats can be as small or large as you wish. Young children are not aware of the value of items so you needn't spend much money.
Mini treats might include a chocolate button, stickers, sweets, party bag toys, a trip to the park, an extra story at bedtime or
allowing your child to choose (what to have for dinner, what to wear, how to spend the afternoon etc). Big treats might include a
trip out (swimming, soft play, park, zoo, walk in the woods etc), an ice cream, toys, having a play date with a friend, watching a
film, baking with mummy, visiting grandparents, new clothes or computer/tablet time.