The Get Up and Go Chart encourages you to have more structure and organisation in your life. For the parents, this begins in the evening. It's simple: each night, get your children's clothes and lunches ready for the following day. This really frees up your time come the morning.
Colour Get Up and Go Chart chart
Full colour Get Up and Go Chart chart - ready to print, ready to use.
How to use your Supernanny Superstars Reward Chart
Think about the behaviour you would like to address with your child. The younger the child, the more focused you should be: a preschooler reward chart will work best when you just centre on one or two things you'd like to work on. Older children could handle a longer list, alongside a number of privileges which they gain or lose accordingly.
Find a quiet time to sit down with your child and explain the reward chart. Stress that this is not a punishment, but an opportunity for mum and dad to say 'well done'! Explain that when she achieves the goals you've set out for her, she will move up the chart, but she can also move down the chart. Let her choose her final reward from a range of approved options.
Your motivation will be the key to making her reward chart a success: keep your tone light and positive when you praise her and have a 'halfway mark' which you celebrate with a small treat, so she feels she's really getting somewhere.
She's there! Make a big deal about her getting to the top of the chart, and, whether it's a day out or a new book, make sure she gets her reward promptly: she's earned it.
Choose the size of the chart you'd like to download; all charts are available in A3 whole, or A3 tiled (so you can print out an A3 chart on A4 paper, and stick it together). Choose to print out a ready-made chart or print out a black and white version for your child to colour in.