Updated: Jun 5
Growth is possible if you focus upon growth thru small achievable steps and immediately rewarding them. These small but successful steps will help your child continually strive to improve.
Once mastered, start to slowly extend your child by expanding the task or time between rewards. If your child stops complying it may be because you have set the goal too high. If this is the case, make the goals a little more achievable for them to attain.
I give you #Reward High 5 which visuals are unambiguous and can be used with great success. As always the reward image or item goes in the palm of the hand to symbolise what the child will soon obtain.
Used well, this reward chart will engage your child, focus them upon their goal shown at the bottom of the page. It won't be all smooth sailing but as always positive reinforcement and praise are vital in keeping them on track.
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