Parenting Reward Chart

A few days ago, we procured a reward chart for our son.

The hope is that by incentivizing his behavior we can train Detective Munch into a decent, reasonable person instead of the feral four-year-old he currently is. Our typical repertoire of threats is neither working nor healthy (nor really stopping because I’m terrible at this new “reward” method!)

So far, it’s been going okay. If he brushes his teeth (without a fight), or goes to bed (without a fight), or eats his dinner (without a fight), or gets dressed for school (without a fight), he can earn rewards like dessert, and TV, and not getting yelled at by a dad who is at the end of his rope.

It got me thinking about what a chart for parents would look like. So I made one.

My parenting reward chart doesn’t translate exactly – most of these things are their own reward, clearly – but I think you get the point.

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3 thoughts on “Parenting Reward Chart

  1. HAHAHA! Love the parent chore chart. My three year old (daughter) is getting the Melissa and Doug chore chart for Christmas….because that’s the kind of “shitty” parent I am! 😉

  2. Pingback: Disciplinary Actions - Dad and Buried

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