These customizable behavior charts are available for free to Empowering Parents readers. Each chart includes detailed instructions on how to use them with your child. Click here to read the accompanying article with more details about how to use these charts most effectively.
Download them today, print as many copies as you need on your printer, and start using them right away to assist with getting your child to do chores or homework and help correct any behavior issues you are struggling with.
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Use this chore schedule to help motivate your child to complete multiple chores or specific tasks.
A more advanced homework chart for pre-teens and teens. Track their progress on specific homework-related tasks such as using an assignment notebook and turning in work on time.
This chart is designed for younger children in the preschool to early elementary range. Use it to help motivate them to practice one specific behavior, such as sharing or saying “please” and “thank you.”
This chart is great for morning or evening routines or any other multi-step process you need your child to work on-like cleaning his or her room.
A homework chart for younger kids or special needs children. This will help you and your child track his or her daily and weekly progress.
Use this chart to motivate your child to practice one specific good behavior or to do things the first time he’s asked.