Sticker Reward Chart!

Posted on May 6, 2015 9:18:42 AM

Hello everyone, Erin here. I did something a bit different this time: an award chart for my kids. I have made so many paper ones (printed, made by hand, or just throwing stickers on a paper) for earning things to try to eliminate bad behaviors (hitting, acting up at school, not getting along with siblings) or try to instill good behavior (potty training, good days at school, etc.), and I hate to create a new one each time. So now I have created one where all I do is change up the name, goal, and prize for reaching the goal. I used tons of fun stickers from Paper House, including various Puffy Stickers (Sports, Frogs, Penguins, Cars, Dinosaurs), and also some fun SnapShots™ Stickers, including Football, Soccer, Basketball, Dogs, and Kitties. I turned them into magnets (the blue is a magnetic board from the dollar store) and used bright colors that my kids picked out. They are already so excited over them, dying to pick out the next magnet for their reward!

 Award Chart- Erin Reed

Award Chart- Erin Reed

I used the Xyron Creative Station with the magnetic 5" insert to make the SnapShots™ into magnets. I pulled off the adhesive on the back of each sticker and ran them through the machine. I then cut each image out, and boom, they were magnets!

Award Chart- Erin Reed

Award Chart- Erin Reed

Award Chart- Erin Reed

Award Chart- Erin Reed

Award Chart- Erin Reed

I had a ton of leftover magnetic pieces from cutting out the SnapShots™, and I did not want to waste them, so I cut them up and fit them on the back of the various Puffy Stickers, letting the sticker be the adhesive to the magnetic laminate front, and voilà, more magnets!

Award Chart- Erin Reed

I then created little boxes out of colored cardstock to act as holders for the extra magnets and laminated them with the Creative Station 9" laminate cartridge so they would be sturdier. I then added the goal, reward, and participant to the front of the boxes with spiral clips.

I glued the magnetic board inside the large box (upcycled from a paper kit I received as a present years ago), popped a sticker title at the top, and added some fun washi tape around the edges of everything!

Thanks for stopping by!

Paper House - Erin Reed

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