Reward Chart For Potty Training – Incentive Board For Potty Training Rewards

When we first began to potty train our oldest daughter, we actually didn’t use a potty training chart! She was motivated well by simple potty training rewards like M&Ms. However, as she began to work her way to the bottom of her M&M jar I had the idea to create this fun reward chart for potty training. Each time she uses her potty, she will be able to advance one game space until she reaches the icon at the end of the game trail! (This should take her about 2 weeks with consistent potty use.)

If you’re looking for ideas for potty training, then I hope this chart can help you to motivate your little one as well. Candy is absolutely a great motivator, but using this fun potty training chart saves on sugar intake and begins to teach some delayed gratification to young children.

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I’m excited to be able to offer my design to you – and its uses can extend far beyond just serving as a potty training chart.

While I created the design for the purpose of tracking my daughter’s potty training, it doesn’t have to be limited to use as a reward chart for potty training! The chart also makes a great goal tracker for kids, chore reward chart, or behavior chart. Any goal, behavior pattern, or project with steps toward completion can be tracked with this fun chart.

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How Do I Use This Goal Tracker For Kids?

These fun printable game boards can be used in a variety of ways to track your child’s progress toward a goal. It’s a¬†great way for little ones to learn delayed gratification – in a fun format that they will love!

Here are a couple ideas for how to use your board:

  1. Print multiple copies of the board and use a pen, pencil, or marker to put “x”s or stars in each spot to progress toward the icon at the end.
  2. Print multiple copies of the board and use fun little stickers to fill each game space as your child progresses toward the icon at the end.
  3. Print one copy of the board and hang it on your refrigerator. Use a small magnet to move forward through the spaces toward the icon at the end.
  4. Print one copy and frame it in a document frame (8.5×11) and use dry erase marker to fill in “x”s or stars as your child moves ahead to each game space.
  5. Print one copy and laminate it. Use dry erase marker to fill in “x”s or stars as your child moves ahead to each game space.

This potty training chart or goal tracker for kids is available in two different designs.

Reward Chart For Kids Designs:

Bee Game Board

Behavior Chart PDF

The bee game board features colorful flowers in pinks and purples perfect for a little girl. It prints to standard 8.5 x 11 computer paper. Download once and print as many copies as you need!

Purchase & Download HERE.

Airplane Game Board

Behavior Chart For Kindergarten

The airplane game board features a bright outdoor setting with a blue airplane flying through the sky. It’s a fun design that little boys will love! The airplane game board also prints to standard 8.5 x 11 computer paper. Download it once and print as many copies as you need or want!

Purchase & Download HERE.

 

Chore Tracking

If you have a little one who is potty training or an older child working toward a goal or completing a project, these game board charts can make tracking their progress fun!

Printable Goal Charts

 

Reward Chart For Potty Training – Incentive Board For Potty Training Rewards