Need help teaching your kids how to set and achieve goals? These printable rewards charts are the perfect solution to motivate your kids to work towards their goals for a fun reward. Customize the rewards charts with their name and help them set a goal. These are great for potty training charts, helping kids do their homework, and setting good habits like cleaning their room or getting in their reading minutes, etc.
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If you want to start your kids off on the right foot in life, teaching them how to set and accomplish goals will help them tremendously. Did you know that only about 3% of the population sets goals? And only 1% actually take the time to write the goals down! Crazy right!?!
Did you also know that you’re almost 50% more likely to accomplish a goal if you’ve written it down? That’s the truth. It seems like such a simple thing to do so why don’t more people do it? Because it’s so simple that the step gets overlooked. We’re so focused on the end goal that we don’t start at the beginning; writing it down. We have created a very simple, but very effective printable that we use for our own kids that we’d like to share with you all today – a kids reward chart!
You could use these charts for anything really. Potty training, good behavior, helping around the house or like we mentioned above, setting a goal and accomplishing it. It’s good to sit down and check in with your child every few weeks. How are they doing in their extracurricular activities? Do they have any new interests? Are they wanting to take up any new hobbies or improve on any skills they already have? This also applies to little kids. It’s never too early to start setting goals. Below are some of my kids goals:
Make sure to let your kids help choose the reward. It will most likely be something they really want and therefore they are more likely to stick to the goal. These reward charts are great because they are the foundation for kids setting and accomplishing bigger goals throughout the rest of their lives. If you’re wanting a double whammy in setting your kids up for success, print our chore chart that helps kids create good daily habits.
We’ve made three different versions of this reward chart for kids – a simple rainbow reward chart, an Avenger’s superhero reward chart and a Frozen Elsa reward chart. You’ll notice that there are stars along the path, that is if you decide to do smaller rewards along the way (like maybe a little treat or ice cream date) to help keep your child motivated and positive. Goal setting is fairly simple, but achieving goals can get a bit tricky and hard so sometimes kids need a little positive reinforcement along the way. This applies especially with younger kids.
We hope this reward chart along with the chore chart makes parenting just a little easier on you all while reinforcing good habits for your children. Share the love with your ohana by sending them this post! And if you have older kids, we’ve got you covered. Check out our Easy 4 Step Guide to Help Kids Set & Achieve Goals along with our How to Easily Apply the Compound Effect. Both go hand in hand and each have a printable. Good luck!
Much love and aloha,
Stacey + Niki