Children’s Positive Reinforcement Punch Card

$1.30

One thing I have come to truly understand as we navigate through Autism/ADHD in our household is the importance of positive reinforcements. We have tried many different ways to keep track of the positive choices throughout the day to earn our rewards, but nothing has been as simple as the punch card. The kids even like that they are able to punch the cards themselves.

This download includes a pdf that contains 4 punch cards to be printed. I print the punch cards on cardstock paper, but regular paper will work as will. This is a digital purchase. Once purchased Etsy will email the file to the email address you provided when you opened your Etsy account.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Examples of how the kids earn their punches: getting dressed and brush teeth (without protest or needing to be asked more than twice), completing school work, practicing speech and/or OT , reading, completing a task without protest or asking more than twice, making kind choices towards others, reading, choosing a non-electronic activity, and completing their nighttime routine.

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One thing I have come to truly understand as we navigate through Autism/ADHD in our household is the importance of positive reinforcements. We have tried many different ways to keep track of the positive choices throughout the day to earn our rewards, but nothing has been as simple as the punch card. The kids even like that they are able to punch the cards themselves.

This download includes a pdf that contains 4 punch cards to be printed. I print the punch cards on cardstock paper, but regular paper will work as will. This is a digital purchase. Once purchased Etsy will email the file to the email address you provided when you opened your Etsy account.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Examples of how the kids earn their punches: getting dressed and brush teeth (without protest or needing to be asked more than twice), completing school work, practicing speech and/or OT , reading, completing a task without protest or asking more than twice, making kind choices towards others, reading, choosing a non-electronic activity, and completing their nighttime routine.