Month of April Theme Progress Incentive Chart
Help Learners Work Toward Learning or Personal Goals with the Month of April Theme Progress Incentive Chart.
Help your kiddos track progress in any area or activity with this incentive chart featuring three children in the spring. Encourage learners to follow and meet their goals in a variety of tasks and activities. To get started, print out the chart, write in the learner's name and goal and then place it in a prominent spot where it is sure to be viewed. Columns are unmarked for flexibility. The column headings have the days of the week; however, Sundays have been excluded for rest. Fill in the chart as learners give effort. Some may enjoy using stickers, a checkmark, or having the student color in the square with a felt marker or crayon.
The Month of April Theme Progress Incentive Chart is only one of many themes available in this progress incentive chart design. However, teachers may use any themed chart for regular chores or learning tasks. This particular theme could lend itself to a few specialized goals, however.
Traditional chores, hygiene tasks, completing homework, practicing a musical instrument, reading Scripture, or noting the servings of water consumed per day could also be noted or tracked using this fun sheet.
Teachers may enjoy showing when students complete homework, arrive on time to class, or participate in daily reading assignments. Some may want to post the page on an easy-to-see spot in the home or classroom, while others may punch holes in it and keep it in a 3-ring binder. Very young children may enjoy putting tiny stickers or stamps on the spaces each time they accomplish a goal or activity.
- File Size 2.55 MB
- Create Date July 6, 2013