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Chore Reward Charts – Princesses and Super Heroes

by Katie Reed

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Getting kids to behave is a difficult thing a lot of the time. Kids don’t have a great understanding or appreciation for following rules or getting things done. But getting kids to help around the house or perform helpful tasks can be a lot easier when they have a visual representation of their progress.

Chore charts are a great way to help with this. I love the idea of having stickers they can place each time they do something awesome. When they have enough stickers, they can trade them in for a prize.

Currently my boys are saving up their cash for a Nintendo Switch, which they are super excited about. They are doing chores around the house and helping in our neighborhood to exchange for cash to buy their prize. These chore reward charts are perfect for keeping track of their hard work.

Princess & Superhero Chore Reward Charts

For the Reward Chart, simply print on heavy card stock and hang up. You could also laminate it to make it reusable.

For the stickers, you can either print them out onto Avery 1 inch labels, or simply print them onto a full sticker sheet and cut them out with a 1-inch punch.

To download the printable files, simply click the photos below.

PRINCESS CHORE REWARD CHART:

Chore Reward Charts - Princesses and Super Heroes

PRINCESS STICKERS:

Chore Reward Charts - Princesses and Super Heroes

SUPER HERO CHORE REWARD CHART:

Chore Reward Charts - Princesses and Super Heroes

SUPER HERO STICKERS:

Chore Reward Charts - Princesses and Super Heroes

Hopefully you and your kiddos will enjoy these super awesome Chore Reward Sticker Charts to help you on your way to better behavior. Enjoy!


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8 comments

DC April 22, 2017 - 11:38 pm

Yes for the littler one but will this incentive system also work for my 14 yo to get focused & chores done?!?! Geesh LOL

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Asia December 26, 2018 - 5:35 pm

These are adorable. I have featured them on my blog ๐Ÿ™‚

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Lucie April 26, 2019 - 4:26 am

Hi

I love the superhero chart but I canโ€™t download it for some reason. Is there any chance you could email it to me? Iโ€™d be so grateful.

Many thanks

Lucie

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Chrissy June 4, 2019 - 10:12 pm

My son will love the superhero chart but I’m also having a hard time getting it to print. Can you help?

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Katie Reed June 5, 2019 - 1:05 pm

Ugh. I’m so sorry! I don’t know what the problem is. If you click on the image of the chart, it should automatically open to the pdf document, where you can print it. You’ll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open it, which most computers have by default. If it’s not opening when you click it, you can also right click and select “Save Link As” and then save the document to your computer. I hope that helps!

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Rain August 12, 2019 - 5:38 am

Thank you for sharing these wonderful chart! The superhero chart is so awesome but I canโ€™t download it for some reason.
Is there any chance you could email it to me? Thank you so much.

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Laura October 1, 2019 - 8:57 pm

Thank you forever! You are wonderful!

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