{Toddler Incentive Charts *Free Printables}


sm toddler incentive charts I am always trying to find new “positive” ways to encourage my 3 year olds to “be good.”

This is one thing that has worked for my 2- three year olds. (boy/girl twins).  I often find that some things are a battle…getting dressed, putting shoes on, picking up toys, etc.

Toddlers are the cutest.  I love my little ones’ age right now…not only do they say the cutest things…but they are so stinkin’ adorable…most of the time, but boy can they give me a run for it.

I try and remember that each day they are learning, and patience on my part is important, even though it is a challenge.

When taking child development & psychology courses in college, one thing I learned has stuck with me when raising toddlers…Discipline stops behavior, but Positive Reinforcement changes behavior.  I try to remember this when I’m helping my twins learn and grow.  If I use positive ways to help them learn…it will last.

These charts have been really fun!  It’s amazing what I can get them to do for a few stickers.  It takes time to give them the sticker and let them add it to their chart…but without the battles…it saves a lot of time!

I hope these will help some of you “toddler moms” out there!  xoxo

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Click on the link below to download the charts:)

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  1. Katie says

    Thanks for sharing the point about discipline over reinforcement. We’re working on the switch from the crib to toddler bed and I’m getting very tempted to just put him back in the crib! This chart will help out a lot too! Thanks!

  2. Latrice says

    Is this still available? I’ve noticed lots of missing or broken links under your printables. My 3 year old would love this chart.


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