Reward charts are great for bribing encouraging your munchkins to do things for themselves.
Whether you want to urge the little ones to ditch the nose picking, help around the home or learn a new skill (like using the potty), these handy task trackers can help you get the job done while having some fun along the way.
Mamas who prescribe to positive parenting will be the first to wax lyrical about how far a little ‘well done’ can go toward promoting good behaviour and avoiding major blowups. Giving your little one a big pat on the back every now and again is super important and helps you both to stop and recognize those moments when your tot’s good behavior has knocked your socks off. Who needs Nanny McPhee?
These things can be so effective that it won’t be long until you can retire as a mama and wait by the pool for your kids with a glass of prosecco in hand while they do the laundry… okay, perhaps that’s going too far, but a mama can dream. We have two great reward charts available: stunning Elsa amid a magical frozen world or that lovable melty Olaf.
Free Frozen Reward Chart
How to use your free frozen reward chart:
- Click on the image above to download and print your free reward chart.
- To save on printer ink, consider laminating it so that you can use it again and again; just think, more and more good behaviour (everyone wins!).
- Fill in your little one’s name, the tasks that he or she needs to complete each day and the number of stickers needed to win the reward.
- Every time your child achieves their tasks, stick a sticker on the chart or mark it off with a dry eraser and count up the successes at the end of the week.
How to get the best out of your kiddos with your reward chart:
- Help your little one to fill in his or her name, the chores or tasks to be completed and, of course, the reward. Get your kids involved in choosing the goodies and developing the tasks so that they have a sense of ownership. If they choose something inappropriate, discuss other excellent choices. Try and create rewards that will add value to your child’s development, such as days out, educational toys etc. Avoid giving food items as rewards as much as possible to avoid shaping certain relationships with food.
- Celebrate every sticker/check awarded. Don’t make a big deal out of the failures and never, ever take stickers away for mistakes or slip ups… once they are won, they are won!
- Use your reward chart again and again, as needed. Change incentives and rewards to inspire a sense of newness. If your little one gets bored of the Frozen reward chart, we will have other options available in our reward chart section soon. Follow us on Facebook to keep informed.
If you liked our frozen reward chart, don’t miss our free Peppa Pig reward chart.
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