⭐Move over sticker sheets, color ink and laminating!⭐
These no-prep Speech Therapy Reward Charts are a creative and engaging way to motivate your students. With 40 different background scenes to choose from, your students can decide what they’re interested in and unleash their imagination as they meet each goal.
The directions are simple: “I get to color in, add stickers, paint, craft and stick things on this page because…” and then you simply check off what they did that session (e.g. I reached my personal best, I kept trying, I did amazing listening etc.). With 10 boxes for every goal, each session you can decide how many ‘behaviors’ your students met and assign that number to what they can ‘do’ to that page (e.g. We checked off 5 great behaviors today - you can add 5 things to your page). The best part is that you can have one page for one school term, so these 40 pages can go the mile.
The creativity part is the BEST as your students can do whatever they want. We love adding mini stickers, going stamp crazy, adding funny speech and thought bubbles, making the page come alive with sequins and just coloring and drawing something totally silly!!! And if you want to create your type of behavior reinforcer - GO FOR IT - I have included some blank behavior strips so that you can write down more individual goals for your students.
✅ -- 40 different sheets
✅ -- 10 different ‘behaviors’ on each page to mark off (e.g. I got it right!! I’m improving compared to last week, it was hard but I didn’t give up and I reached my goal).
✅ -- 10 check boxes for each ‘behavior’
✅ -- Blank behavior goal strips template
✅ -- All in blackline = easy print, no prep!
What SLPS like you are saying:
"Holy SMOKES! These are SUCH a great idea! I am so tired of behavior charts, punch cards, etc."
"Such a fun & motivating way for the kids to track their own behaviors & goals!"
"The best & easiest way to provide reinforcements without refilling your toybox every other week!"
"I absolutely LOVE this idea. A fast and easy way for them and their parents to gage progress in several areas".
I hope you enjoy a refreshing and motivating change to how to give feedback and reward your students :) If you are looking for some more creative activities then:
⭐grab my Draw Me: Articulation Sentences & Stories.⭐
Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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