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Sticker Chart - Introduction

The sticker chart has 20 spaces for stickers. Every time your child is rewarded add a sticker to the chart. When all 20 spaces are full your child receives a treat. The treat is decided upon by you at the beginning. It is best not to remove stickers as a punishment. If your child thinks their hard work can be un-done they will have little incentive to carry on trying to get stickers. Keep the chart a positive experience.

Sticker chart

  • You will need small self adhesive stickers e.g. gold star stickers (small stickers are available from many stationary shops and supermarkets)
  • A sticker chart



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