I’m all for fancy behavior charts and sticker charts, but they’re not absolutely necessary. Your child might be content with a simple table and some fun stickers. If you don’t want to mess with finding the perfect one or tweaking one that someone else made, it can be fairly easy to make your own. I have two examples to share below.
This first one would be an example of a sticker chart to work on bedtime routine – you have your days of the week running along the top and the tasks of the routine along the side. The kiddo would get to put a sticker for each task on each day, so potentially a total of 4 stickers per day.
This second one could be for any behavior and splits the day up into two different time frames. So, for example, if you’re working on Following Directions, your kiddo would get to put a sticker in the “Before Lunch” on Monday square if they follow directions between waking up and lunchtime.
These are simple to make in Microsoft Word or Excel or by hand (I’d want a ruler because I’m a bit of a perfectionist). They look boring to start, but most kids LOVE putting stickers on, so it won’t be long before that chart will be filled up with shiny (possibly glittery) stickers.