30 Black and White Print Quality Sticker Charts for use with students PreK - 3.
How you use these charts and for what purpose is completely up to you, but Melanie and I outline some ways that we use them with our students. The basic premise is to keep track of progress towards a larger goal. When objectives are met, use small stickers to fill each slot on the chart. You can divide or group sections of a chart (eg, fill the robot's arms for a small reward; fill the whole chart for a large one).
The charts are suited for use with individualized behavior plans, everyday expectations, rewards or incentives, and much more. Remember, that student FEEDBACK is the important component. Tell the student why they are getting the sticker! Good luck, and be creative!
Here are some other suggested uses and best practices:
- Allow students to select a chart they prefer
- Make clear goals, guidelines and expectations
- Allow student to color chart and make it their own
- Be CONSISTENT with its use! (can't stress this enough)
- Give stickers for daily activities such as:
Cleaning the room (PreK)
Helping a friend
Doing something above and beyond expectations
Any task student is not doing on regular basis
Reading a book
Getting a 100 on test
If you need any changes or additions, just ask!
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Thanks so much for the comment. We don't really have a way to reach you, but we would love to give you a FREE copy of our Halloween sticker chart (previous commenters included)!
October 27, 2012
Thank you I was going to make something like this for students to track themselves at home for monthly home reading sticker charts and I found this. I was only hoping for a few more seasonal themed pictures (Halloween pumpkin).