Magnetic reward chart for kids to use at home
If you’re not familiar with reward charts for kids, they are tools that parents can use to help and encourage their child to change a particular behaviour or reach a desired goal with consistency.
They are soooo useful and something I’ve used them many times with my girls, Possum (aged 6 years) and Boo (aged 3 years), with great success!
Recommended ages: 3 years +
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It has been a huge goal of mine to make physical products for parents and teachers to use with the children in their lives.
After many, many months of very hard work I’m beyond thrilled, ecstatic, over the moon with excitement that my first product, which I have designed myself, is available for sale!! YAY!!!
Special features of this magnetic reward chart for kids
OMG. Where do I start?
I’ve kept parents in mind when designing this product. I wanted this magnetic reward chart to be super simple to use, flexible and open-ended so it caters to you and your child’s needs and attractive enough that you’d actually want to display this in your home (because that’s important too, right?).
- High quality magnetic reward chart so you can place it in sight on your fridge
- 18 popular chores parents often want their child to achieve
- 50 high quality magnetic stars to track progress
- Erasable pen included with each pack so you can write your own chore or task for your child
- Eye catching design that makes it easy to use, attractive and fun
- Great size at 16″ x 12″ (40cm x 30cm)
- Hanging cord so it can be placed anywhere that’s convenient
- Helpful instructions and tips included in pack so parents can implement the chart quickly and successfully!
What chore pieces are available?
I’ve added all the very common tasks and chores that we would like for our children to have as a responsibility or part of their everyday routine. Of course if your goal for your child isn’t listed, you can simply use the erasable pen and write your own!
- listen to instructions
- go to the toilet
- feed pet
- take a bath
- finish meal
- help with chores
- get ready for bed
- go potty
- show kindness
- brush teeth
- finish meal
- no whining
- say please and thank you
- get dressed
- pack bag
- get ready for bed
- take out trash
- put toys away
I’m beyond excited to be sharing my first product with you and I really do hope you love it. I have many more ideas in the pipeline and can’t wait to share it with my precious and wonderful community.
What does color of stars refer to ?
Great question Pakinam! They don’t actually refer to anything in particular. One day your child might choose to use blue and the next they might like to use green. It’s all about them making a choice. My older daughter, however, has to have a system to her chores and so one chore might be allocated one colour. It’s whatever suits the child. 🙂
I’ve currently run out of stock, but more should be appearing in the next few days Pakinam. Hope that’s helpful.
How can I get one?
Amazon! lol I answered my own question. This is great!
Hi Are you still selling these? I can’t find them on Amazon
Hi Ciji! Thank you for your interest. If you’ve been trying on Amazon, I know I don’t have much stock left. Where are you located?
If you’re in Australia, I’m happy to post out out to you. Contact me email@example.com
I am a single mother with three children all of them of preschool age so I know how important keeping organised. The eldest child I raised with a variety of printable charts. The stars chore chart works best. Printable cards and magnets are constantly lost. Now I use the Manini app for three children. These are the same printable cards but in the phone. In the app, you can mark the completion of tasks and children like it very much. And the app has a goal Board that lists all chores and self-care for kids under the age of 5. We mark together with the children the tasks that have already been mastered. Also they actually ask for tasks themselves to make a mark the task. I felt much better. And I’m not nervous and it’s easy for children to become independent. And I have time to take self-care.
Thank you for sharing this Amelie. It’s so wonderful when you find something that works for your family. All the best.