The GOOD PUPPY Children Behavioral System starts and revolves around this simple tool; four images, each representing a level of the system and tied to predetermined consequences. If used correctly and consistently, children learn to curb their own behavior in order to maintain all privileges.
The GOOD PUPPY Children Behavioral System Avatar Tags is a self-contained little tool that keeps the system going in the hands of a teacher, parent, babysitter, caretaker or grandma. The tags may also be used to designate trays, bins, drawers, toys and areas.
To familiarize children with this tool, go over each level and fill out the consequences on the back of each card. Since children set off from green every day, the blue level should have the highest reward, the green level should be tied to an every day reward, yellow should reflect a loss of privileges and red an even larger loss of privileges.
To build this tool, print both sides, which includes three sets per page to accommodate three adults in charge or up to three children or twelve drawers, bins, toys and areas. Laminate for longer durability, cut, fill out the consequences on the back-sides and put Roger to the test!