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Reddit reviews on Kenson Kids "I Can Do It" Reward and Responsibility Chart, 11 X 15.5-Inch

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We found 2 Reddit mentions of Kenson Kids "I Can Do It" Reward and Responsibility Chart, 11 X 15.5-Inch. Here are the top ones.

INCREASED INCENTIVES: Having trouble getting your kids to pick up after themselves. Are you endlessly prompting them to do their homework. Wouldn't you love to hear please and thank you more often. The "I Can Do It." Reward Chart can help. Children thrive on praise and a little incentive goes a long way. This chart gives parents the tools to help raise more responsible, self- reliant kids.EVERYTHING YOU NEED: There are 20 different, colorful chores and behaviors to choose from in your chart. It comes with 45 reusable plastic stars that kids love to earn. The sturdy plastic stars and chores attach easily with hook and loop fasteners, so they stay in place.PERFECT ANYWHERE IN YOUR HOME: It has strong magnetic strips to hold it securely to any metal surface, like your refrigerator. It includes two hang tabs as well, so it can be hung almost anywhere. The sturdy plastic stars and chores attach easily with hook and loop fasteners, so they stay in place, making it a reliable and secure teaching method.BUILD SELF ESTEEM: Kids develop a positive self-esteem and sense of independence when they feel they are contributing to the family and can make their own choices. Motivating instead of trying to control your child's behaviors will help mold him or her to be the best they can be. The "I Can Do It." reward chart brings some of these valuable lessons to life.PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Package contains (1) Kenson Kids "I Can Do It" Reward Chart. Includes: Get dressed, go potty, brush your teeth, no whining, get along, good manners, make bed, set table, help with dishes, go to bed, please and thank you, no mean words, no yelling, eat your veggies, no harming others, feed pets, share toys, water plants, clean mess, and 3 blank labels. 11" x 15.5"

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Found 2 comments on Kenson Kids "I Can Do It" Reward and Responsibility Chart, 11 X 15.5-Inch:

u/shesanti · 3 pointsr/Parenting

I know that this is a touchy subject with a lot of parents... but have you had your child tested for any developmental delays? My son is High functioning Autistic and our journey to diagnosis began with the same issues you are experiencing. I could have written this post a year ago.

Mainly what stands out to me is: No awareness of danger, Difficulty following directions (namely if not concrete), Opposition to authority, lashing out physically.

I truly hope it doesn't offend you that is suggest this, I just know that my husband and I have agreed knowing what we know now I wish we could have gotten our boy help sooner. Since these aren't typical indicators of the ASD diagnosis we assumed the same, coming from a home daycare, being a boy, etc. Even if there isn't a diagnosis, talking with your pediatrician may help you to locate underlying issues that may be causing the behavior

Even if developmental delay is not the issue, there are a LOT of tricks you can use to help him in social situations. We've implemented a token system with our son using this chart: https://www.amazon.com/Kenson-Kids-Reward-Responsibility-15-5-Inch/dp/B00ULVNT10/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1539288689&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=i+can+do+it+behavior+chart&psc=1&smid=A2P5I4NW0QQAX1 The chart is excellent as it has pictures depicting the behavior which helps with younger kids. (reasoning sometimes is hit or miss at that age) Generally for each star earned he gets a ticket that he can use to earn screentime, candy, small toys. It's worked very well and it's a great reminder of expectations. You can also ask if the preschool uses "pivot praise" This is something we learned in ABA. If your child is exhibiting an unwanted behavior the teacher can choose a child who is modeling the correct behavior and praise that child, it normally involves a treat/gummy or some kind to the child modeling the correct behavior. Generally the child will notice the praise and strive to model the same behavior. Once the behavior is corrected they also get a treat.

If your child is visual learner there are books that teach no hitting/bullying that were super effective.

u/bagofpandas · 2 pointsr/DecidingToBeBetter

I’d love to share a photo but I can’t attach one 🤔

ETA: lets see if this works: it’s essentially this :) just plain and boring. Drew a grid and along the left are days and top are things to do.