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Parenting Behavior Contracts

Behavior contracts are great to use in conjunction with our printable charts. Contracts help parents spell out expectations, rewards and consequences. This parenting tool can be used for general behavior issues such allowances, chores, pet care, kids online internet safety, child cell phone use and more.

Improve Child Behavior

Even the best children need some structure and discipline. Parents can be serious and fun at the same while improving the behavior of a child. Our creatively designed agreements are great help for parents looking to clearly outline the behaviors they expect from their kids. Chores and allowance are the most common problems parents think of when it comes to behavior contracts, but there are many more behavior challenges that can benefit from a well written contract. With this parenting tool, in conjunction with other free printable charts, and our points system, you can motivate your child to become a better student in the classroom, get homework done on time without an argument, and regulate computer use and help them achieve their goals.

23 Charts Available
1. Allowance Contract

Establishing kids allowance is a great start to teaching your child about finances, money, and savings. The agreement spells out the terms of the allowance for kids, what money they will receive, when and for what responsibilities. Use allowance in conjunction with chore charts and other printable behavior charts to motivate your child become more independent.


2. Allowance Contract with Responsibilities

Tying your child’s allowance to specific responsibilities and behaviors is a great way to teach your children about responsibility, earning money, independence and savings. This parenting tool is an easy way to get your kids started on chores, and other help around the house.


3. Behavior Contract: Elementary Schoolers

Children in elementary school are starting to test the waters of independence. Rather than discipline and punish your child, implement this easy to use agreement to spell out which behaviors your child will work on.


4. Behavior Contract: Tweens and Teens

Tweens and early teens really know how to push your buttons. From back-talking to sibling rivalry, to chores, these kids really know how to work the system. These contracts will really help, bring organization to the chaos, help reward your child for great behavior and set consequences and punishment for disapproved behaviors.


5. Cell Phone Contract

Cell phones can really be a distraction to parenting. Talking to your child when they are texting, or watching your child tap away on their keyboard when they should be doing homework is frustrating. Use this cell phone agreement to set the rules of what’s appropriate behavior and what’s not. Positive parenting begins by clearly setting out what behaviors are acceptable. If the behaviors are not met, then the consequences or punishment is predetermined and agreed upon by both parent and child.


6. Curfew Contract

Tweens and early teens need to understand when to be home. Kids are striving for independence and will constantly test parents to see whether their curfew hours are set in stone and how much behavior they can get away with. Use this agreement to set and manage teen curfews and set the consequences and punishment for not meeting their curfew.


7. Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Contract

Kids start learning and experimenting with drugs, tobacco and alcohol long before parents suspect. They can’t possibly imagine their angel succumbing to peer pressure and trying something illegal. New Flash: Kids do things behind your back and you need to discuss illegal consumption with them early on. Use this agreement to explain the alcohol effects to kids, the problem with teenage drug use and the immediate addition cause by tobacco products.


8. General Behavior Contract

Help for parents to address general behavior problems with children of any age. We have specific behavior contracts for children in preschool or kindergarten, elementary school or tweens and early teens. If those don’t work for you, this general behavior version enables parents to set their own behavior rules.


9. General Behavior Contract for Kids

A helpful parenting tool to assist with general behavior issues. Use this behavior contract to get your kids to commit to good behavior and fulfilling their responsibilities.


10. Goal Tracking Contract

Kids love reaching goals they set for themselves. Teaching children about goals is a great way to make your child more independent and self-sufficient. You can structure this agreement to help your child understand the consequences if they do not reach their goal and the rewards if they do reach it.


11. Homework Contract

Most kids don’t like homework and will do anything to avoid it. Parents can help motivate kids by using this agreement in conjunction with a points and reward system to help your student thrive in the classroom. Developing good behavior habits is critical for grade school kids and spelling out the expectations along with a reward program for kids is an excellent way to set the tone to avoid future behavior problems with homework.


12. Parent,Child and Friends Agreement

The choices of friends that tweens and teens make sometimes drives the behaviors they use; for better or for worse. Peer pressure has a strong effect on teens and parents can take control of the situation and teach their children about the positive influence friends can have using this agreement.


13. Parent-Teacher-Student Contract

Every parent wants their child to behavior well in the classroom. Sometimes students need a nudge to use better classroom behavior. This agreement is a great three-way agreement between parents, teachers and students to set behavior expectations and improve classroom performance and grades. The agreement allows the student to set up their own consequences and rewards for violating the agreement.


14. Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities Agreement

After school programs and activities are an excellent way to keep your child engaged in kids programs, whether they are fun activities such as art, drama or yearbook committee, or extracurricular programs in sports. It’s important that parents ensure their child doesn’t let extra-curricular activities interfere with their grades in the classroom at school. This agreement will lays out the terms and conditions under which kids agree to participate in afterschool activities and outlines the rewards if they follow through with the outlined behaviors.


15. Pet Care Contract - Young Children

A pet is a wonderful addition to the family. Sometimes kids don’t’ realize just how much responsibility comes with caring for their new pet. This agreement helps parents explain what children are expected to do in raising and caring for their new pet. Combine this contract with our pet care charts and make taking care of your pet fun by having your child earn small rewards for taking care of their pet responsibilities themselves without being asked by a parent.


16. Pet Care Contract for Cats

Teaching your child to care for their new kitten or cat is a wonderful way for them to learn about responsibilities. This agreement is a great way to show your child everything that is involved with raising their new kitten or cat. This contract works great with our Pet Care Charts for Cats which itemizes each task for the child to check off as it is completed.


17. Pet Care Contract for Cats – Design 2

Teaching your child to care for their new kitty is a wonderful way for them to learn about responsibilities. This agreement is a great way to show your child everything that is involved with raising their new cat. This contract works great with our Cat Pet Care Charts which itemizes each task for the child to check off as it is completed.


18. Pet Care Contract for Dogs – Design 1

With the addition of a new puppy or dog to the family, comes responsibility for children. Teaching your child to care for their puppy or dog can help your child learn about responsibility and caring for an animal. This contract between parents and their kids is a great way to show your child what’s required of them to raise their new pet. This contract works great with our Pet Care Charts which itemizes each task for the child to check off as it is completed.


19. Pet Care Contract for Dogs – Design 2

Teaching your child to care for their puppy or dog is a wonderful way for them to learn about responsibilities. Dogs need almost as much attention as kids do, and this agreement is a great way to show your child everything that is involved with raising their new puppy or dog. This contract works great with our Pet Care Charts which itemizes each task for the child to check off as it is completed.


20. Pet Care Contract for Kids

A pet is a great addition to any family. Kids love the idea of having a pet, but they don't always like the unexpected responsibility. This agreement will help parents set the expectations in advance and teach their kids all that is involved in caring for their pet. This agreement works great in combination with our pet care charts. Add fun for kids by having kids earn point rewards for taking care of their pet by themselves. Kids can exchange their points for great small rewards.


21. Positive Sibling Engagement Contract

Conflict resolution is an important behavior skill kids need to learn early to reduce sibling rivalry. This agreement helps outline what sibling behavior is acceptable, and most importantly what consequences a child can expect if they break the agreement and use poor behavior. If a child violates this agreement, the discipline for this child may involve kids agreeing do the chores of another sibling, receive a sibling’s allowance, or even clean their room.


22. Self-Control Contract

Some children need extra work on certain behavior problems that cause them to lose some of their self-control. This helps kids take a time out from trying situations, use inside voices, think about choices before responding to parents, siblings and teachers, and how to think about feelings and emotions.


23. Technology Use Contract

Internet safety for kids is a big concern for most parents. It’s important children understand about safety on the internet and what they can and cannot do. This agreement spells out everything from personal information sharing to cyber-bullying, sexting, and posting inappropriate content to social media websites. Protecting your children is paramount and this agreement will help you make sure your kids are safe on the web.