Printable Charts
Reward Charts
Single Goal
Multiple Goals
Week

Reward Charts for Kids: One Goal

Printable Reward Charts

Our reward charts for kids allow you to list a specific task, behavior or goal that you want your child to achieve, along with the reward they can receive. Every time your kid is successful, have them mark off one of the steps to the goal. Once all steps are completed, reward your child for a job well done!

8 Charts Available
1. Free Printable Reward Charts

Motivate your children through positive parenting techniques. Our free, printable reward chart can help you display your expectations and mark their progress. Write down the tasks you expect them to complete, and cross them off as they are finished. When your kids complete a certain number of tasks, reward them with something special and fun.


2. Behavior Chart with Rewards

Positive parenting techniques can help you motivate your kids to achieve behavioral goals, complete their chores, and do their homework. Use our printable reward charts to keep track of the tasks you wish them to complete, and the progress they make. Reward them for reaching a certain number of completed tasks. This will give your kids a sense of accomplishment and build a healthy self-esteem.


3. Reward Chart

Positive parenting means motivating your kids via rewards. Our printable reward charts can help you do this. Display the tasks you want your kids to complete, and mark off the ones they finish. Agree upon a reward for when they complete a certain number of tasks—like a trip to the park or a favorite meal.


4. Printable Charts with Rewards

Motivate your kids to reach behavioral goals, complete their homework, or be responsible in their household chores by using our free, printable reward chart. Display the tasks you wish them to complete, and mark off the ones they finish. When they complete a certain number of tasks, reward them with a trip to the park or a favorite meal.


5. Rewards Chart

Use this chart to post your child's rewards. Color in the percent complete to show how much progress your child has made towards obtaining their goal that they can redeem with their points or behavior bucks.


6. Rewards Chart for Progress

As your child uses the behaviors you establish, use this great chart to track their progress.   As they earn reward points or behavior bucks towards a reward, color in their progress towards obtaining their rewards. This is a great visual reminder of what goals your child is working towards and what behavior expectations you have set to help them obtain the reward.


7. Reward Behavior Chart for Kids

Use our free, printable reward charts to positively motivate your children. These can help you encourage your kids to reach behavioral goals, do their homework, or perform their household chores—or simply to teach them about responsibility and consistency. Display the items you wish them to complete, and reward them for completing a certain number of them. Agree upon the reward beforehand—something like a trip to the park or baking cookies with mom or dad.


8. Free Reward Chart

Reward your kids for doing well by using our free, printable reward chart. Display the items you wish them to complete, mark their progress, and reward them for reaching a certain level. Agree upon a reward ahead of time—something like a trip to the park or baking a batch of cookies.