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Behavioural Chart
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33 cm x 48.3 cm (13" x 19")
Value Poster Paper (Matte)
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Behavioural Chart
"The basics of the system are this... * There is one clothes pin for each child. * Every day everyone starts out on "Good Job" (clean slate). * The child moves the clip up one space for every good deed. * Every time the clip hits "Awesome" they get one pom pom in their jar. * Only mum or dad can tell the child to move the clip up or down, and only mum or dad can give pom poms. * If a bad choice is made the child moves their clip down to "oops", and for each bad choice after that continues to move down and do the consequence. You skip the other green spaces when a bad choice is made since that wouldn't be "super" or "good job". * Every good deed moves them back up one space (even though they wouldn't repeat the consequences listed in the red section when moving up.... it's just the concept of slowly moving back up, encouraging multiple good choices for reinforcement.). * If at any time they refuse to move their own clip, mum or dad moves it 2 spaces down. * It's an automatic red (5 minute time out) for hurting someone intentionally (you skip the "oops" and the "warning"). * If a child is on any green space at the end of the day they get 5 pom poms in their jar. * When the jar is full the child gets their pre-chosen reward (treat, prize, night out with mum or dad, etc.) * Privileges lost are 1- snacks, 2- friend time, 3- screens (TV, computer, phone etc.) * If a privilege is lost before 5pm they lose if for the rest of the day. If it is lost after 5pm it is lost until lunchtime the next day. * Good deeds may include: saying "okay", following through and checking back on things asked by mum or dad, using good manners, eating all of the meal (or at least a good portion of the healthy parts), listening the first time, getting dressed or brushing teeth, doing homework or other chores. * Bad deeds may include: whining, saying NO, crying (when not hurt), biting, hitting, kicking, saying mean things, not sharing or not completing assigned tasks." - From http://jessiepond.blogspot.com/2012/02/behaviour-chart.html
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