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    So I've just got some reward stickers and a chart. For those that use one what do you have on there. So far I've thought of.

    Keep room clean/ put toys back in room
    Go to sleep on time
    Get ready for school
    Something about eating dinner and
    No nagging lol?


    What other things should I put? I like the idea of focusing on things I'm having trouble with. Instead of just general good behaviour. What would you put?
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    How old is the child?

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    I'd probably put a time on there -like

    Get ready for school by 8.30am
    Put toys away in room at 4pm
    Eat dinner within 20 minutes

    Make sense? I think what you've got there is great but just a little too vague and could open you up to arguments depending on the age of the child.

    Have you figured out what rewards you'll give too?

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    She is 5 next Thursday. Yes great ideas bunnyhugs thanks. I'm not sure what rewards. I dont want to reward with toys. I don't feek right about giving her a new toy each week she behaves. I was thinking of having like activity/outting rewards where I could ask her is there something special she would like to do. That way she has some choice kind of thing.

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    Maybe you could start with what you have and in a few weeks when she is in a routine with her jobs you could swap them or add to the list so its not a big overload at once?

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    DD is 7, a bit older but on hers she also has being good to her brother and doing what's she asked.

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    I would have all the ones you have and
    Make bed
    Put dirty clothes in basket
    Put dishes in sink
    Have shower
    Pack bag for school/preschool

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    I think they are all great ideas for her age, I love Bunnyhugs idea for time limits, I'm going to pinch that one.

    For rewards we use choosing a video or movie for saturday night, a trip to the park on Friday afternoon or, my kids favorite, a hot chocolate at the cafe.

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    I've kept it simple with DD, I picked four things I really want her to focus on - didn't want her to get overwhelmed and discouraged if it was all a bit much to worry about.

    A big one for me is taking dishes to the kitchen after finishing dinner.


 

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