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Get Your Child To Behave With "Behavior Bucks"
Family & Kids
Behavior bucks will encourage good behavior in your child. They will show your child that doing the right thing is better. In this tip, I'll teach you a simple way to get behavior bucks(you can also make your own), rewards and consequences ideas for your child, and when to award and take them away.
Go into Microsoft 2010. You can try with other versions, but I'm not sure if it will work.
Click "file" in the upper left hand corner. Then click "new". This should pop up. Click "more categories" or search for "behavior bucks" or "funny money" then print.
Tell your child why they are getting their bucks. This way, they'll know the good behaviors and will perform them.
Have your child pick their rewards at the end of the week.
Go over the costs of the rewards with your child. This will help them learn to save money, for later in li
These are just some reward ideas.
You can allow your child to exchange the "behavior bucks" for real money. The exchange costs are all up to you.
If you take away your child's toys, this is a great way for them to get them back. Price each toy and allow your child to pick one when they have enough money for it. Tell them why they lost it so that they can change.
Buy toys for your child based on what they like. It can be a mini store where your the clerk and they're the customers. Charge the costs of each toy differently.
Does your child keep begging you to go somewhere? Allow them to buy a day where you take them wherever they want to go. This isn't only fun, but it's a great way to connect with your child even more.
Don't take away more than you give. It defeats the purpose of promoting positive behaviors.
Tell your child why your taking away their bucks. This way, they'll learn what their doing wrong.
Give your child chances. No one is perfect.
These are just some deducting reasons👉👉👉
Not listening. Take some away if they don't listen to an adult who talks to them. Be realistic though: if your child is shy or didn't hear, then don't automatically take their hard earned money.
Misbehaving. Take money if they clearly know what they're doing wrong and continue.
Avoiding homework. School comes first. Take if you notice that they are busy doing other things besides homework.
Bad Manners. This is a really important life skill. This is one of the more important times to take away money.
Please like save and follow. I hope you enjoyed this. It is just a cheap and simple way to get your child to behave. Good luck!