This is a great alternate chart to use as an individualized behavior “incentive” chart.
Negative behaviors are not listed on this chart. Points are not taken away. Only positive things that is attainable for the child to work on, are noted on this chart. Explain to the child the goals. Ask him/her what prize he’d like to earn. It can most likely be a prize that he/she would get anyways, like a new backpack or a new book or toy.
This chart has proven successes with many children. I recommend using it in the classroom and offering it to students’ parents, to use at home, as well. This is how I used it in my Kindergarten classroom, (and also for my own young children).
*Please note...I have included a BLANK form as the last page of the PDF file, however, you will not be able to type/edit onto that form or any of the forms....since they are PDF's. (My MS Word File has disappeared from my PC unfortunately! My apologies!)