Sticker Chart for desperate times

Sticker Chart for desperate times

These are challenging times we are facing, many of us locked up (too harsh?) at home with our children 24/7.


I don't know about you, but god I've done a lot of yelling these last few weeks. It's tough, we are all bored, we all have cabin fever and I feel like I am simply not being listened to.

So, yesterday, together as a family we designed our very first sticker chart. I had a look online and I couldn't find one that suited our family needs (many of them were chores based whereas I was looking for something more behaviour based). 

All up, there are 10 tasks for each day, so 70 for the week. I have made a deal with the girls that they need to get 60 stickers for the week (It will increase for the week after!) and they'll be able to choose a prize at the end of the week.

You can download the chart for free (sharing is caring right, and we are all suffering through this together!)

I have made 3 options available.

  1. A fully editable version so you can add tasks that are most suited to your family. You'll use a free online program called Canva to do this. It's super easy and I have included basic instructions in the download.
  2. A blank template that can be simply printed and your tasks can be handwritten in.
  3. And lastly, a 'standard' sticker chart which includes some fairly normal tasks that MAY suit your family.

I hope this helps!


Sarah Brown

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