Fun reward chart

21 Mar

I saw this brilliant idea for a reward chart on the inspiring Red Ted Art website. She used rabbits in houses but I decided to go with a train. The idea is that the train engine and carriages need to be filled with stars and they are awarded for doing something good. When all the train is full a small treat is given.

I liked the simplicity of this idea and think that just 5 stars is all a young child needs to work towards. If they are expected to work towards something for a month or even a week then they will quickly loose interest.

I decided to make mine from felt but I have to admit I got a little bored towards the end so the stars where quickly constructed from scraps of paper. I had originally had grand ideas about making animals to sit in the train but I think the stars are ok. My daughter helped to sponge paint the background which I think helped to give her some ownership over this. The stars are hiden behind the large cloud and can then be placed one at a time in the pockets of the train.

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4 Responses to “Fun reward chart”

  1. MaryLea Martin Harris March 21, 2012 at 9:46 pm #

    So cute and fun too!! I love the way you personalized the theme.
    Your texture photo flip book is adorable and fun too!

    : )

    MaryLea

    • entertainingmonsters March 21, 2012 at 10:13 pm #

      Thank you. I love making stuff for the kids I just don’t get much chance to do so.

  2. Books 4 Learning April 9, 2012 at 4:54 am #

    Wonderful idea for an incentive chart! Thanks for sharing.

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