Candy-themed "board game" Chart
Every few successes earns the kid a treat. You don’t have to use candy…but you probably should because they’ll ask why it looks like they get candy.
This one is a slightly different approach. Instead of a game, there are 5 slots for each reward.
Blank rainbow-themed chart
This might be a good option if you’re just getting started and rewarding for “tries” instead of just “successes.”
sweet treats potty sticker chart
This chart is blank and has 20 circles for stickers with space to write in a reward on the bottom of the printable.
candy "board game" sticker chart
I am a fan of the “board game” approach to these charts since it sets milestones and helps game-ify the process even more. Spots for big rewards and smaller rewards.
plain colorful chart
If you're just looking for something simple, this one is for you. 5 spots for stickers and a star indicating it's reward time.
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