Thursday, September 18, 2014

My Credit Reward Chart: Supporting Children Age 7 & Above

From seven years of age children start to become more socially aware and think about the world around them. However this can impact on their self-esteem, lead to self-criticism and, for some children, prove to be an unsettling time. The Credit Chart provides the perfect opportunity for independent decision-making, encourage motivation and building self confidence.
Each pack contains:
• A Large Wall Chart (11 inches wide by 17 inches high) a focal point to monitor progress.
• The chart covers the following activities: dressed myself, washed and brushed my teeth, eaten a healthy breakfast, eaten fruit, eaten vegetables, drunk plenty of water, tidied my bedroom, helped around the house, done my homework, done something active, and been kind and thoughtful. Plus two spaces for you to fill in.
• Children then have the responsibility of putting a check mark in the box with the dry-erase marker on completion of an activity. Each day total up the check marks and use them towards the various rewards. Ultimately aiming to improve credit scores week on week.
• A Supportive Information Sheet with a working example, tips and guidelines to help you and your child get the best results from your chart.
• Sticky mounting pads and a dry erase pen. 

I think this is very helpful, and I really do think it can be used before the age of 7. Maybe start at 5 years old. At least, it would work for Callan.
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