Print out this advent good deed chart to keep track of behaviour in the run up to Christmas and Father Christmas's visit to fill up a stocking!
Using a reward chart to track good behaviour, chores, reading or other daily expectations is a time-honoured way of teaching children about persevering to achieve their goals. We've got some really special themed reward charts here which you can print: you'll find fairies and robots below, and we have more to come soon. We also have some simple gingham reward charts from the early days of Activity Village which work really well the circular stickers which are readily available, and have proved popular with our visitors for many years.
Here's an exciting advent reward chart that will remind kids to be good in the run up to Christmas! Just add a comment, a sticker or a stamp in each of the spaces...
This lovely beanstalk reward chart (or poster) has 10 leaves - perfect for encouraging a good habit or perhaps reading some fairy tales. Add a star sticker to each leaf in turn until you have climbed the beanstalk and reached your reward!
This bumble bee reward chart printable is a fun way to inspire the kids to get their chores or tasks done, or to reward good behaviour. Print out one of 4 versions (colour and black and white) and then fill in the honeycomb. When all 10 honeycomb have been filled in, it's time for a treat!
Dinosaur fans will be motivated to get their chores done or win some brownie points with this lovely printable reward chart! Available to print in 4 versions. Choose the version you would like by clicking on the links below.
Here's a pretty fairy reward chart to print and enjoy with your children. It's available in colour or black and white, and numbered (1 to 10) or blank. Perhaps your child can add stickers, draw a smiley face, or colour in the butterflies?
Choose from colour or the black and white version you see illustrated here of this lovely reading reward chart. There are 16 squares, just the right size for 16 cheerful stickers! When all the squares are filled up, perhaps it will be time for a special treat.
Children will be thrilled with this free printable robot reward chart - it's fun and bright and will encourage some good behaviour! Available in colour or black and white, numbered or blank.
This printable squirrel reward chart is available in four versions: in black and white and colour, and numbered or blank. A great incentive for the children! Choose the version you would like below.
Brighten up the wall with this pretty reward chart, perfect for summer and for inspiring the kids to do better with their chores or tasks! Just fill the flowers with stickers or stamps, and award a treat when all 10 are filled in.
This unicorn reward chart is one of our prettiest printable reward charts, and it's bound to encourage some superstar behaviour from the kids. Perhaps you can have a unicorn-themed reward ready for when they complete the chart?
This cute reward chart has 10 spaces to reward children for washing their hands - perhaps with a sticker or smiley face, building up to something special when the chart is complete.