Printable Character Badges is an easy to implement character training system for children ages 5–13. It's a great way to help your child build good habits of character when they're young. It can also help you be a more consistent, creative and deliberate parent.
With your purchase you'll recieve instant access to this 24 page PDF download so you can print out the charts and immediately start using the system with your children! One purchase will work for all the children in your home between the ages of 5-13.
We all want the very best for our children. That's why we set out to design a system that would not build good character in our children, but that would also help us be more consistent parents. Character Badges has been a blessing in our home, and we couldn't be more pleased to make it available to you.
We believe that sound instruction + good habits = a powerful combination. That's why Character Badges focuses on behaviors that are easy to monitor and chart on a day-to-day basis. Learn more about each chart below.
The Obedience Chart
The Disobedience Chart
The Rewards Chart
The Consequence Chart
So you don't have the time to design your own system? Don't worry - we thought of everything. Every detail of Character Badges has been poured over to ensure it effectively engages children while being simple enough for busy parents to use on a day-to-day basis. We think you'll find that there isn't a more thoughtful character training system available today.
8 Different Character Qualities
Character Badges focuses on 8 easy to chart character qualites. Each one has it's own Character Badge that your child can earn! Pick one to focus on per month and place it on the top row of your child's Obedience Chart.
Showing a servant's heart, thoroughness in work, general helpfulness throughout the day.
A cheery disposition, responding positively when asked to do something, being kind and encouraging.
Willingness to clean-up after oneself, helping others to be tidy, just being a tidy person!
Being polite, showing respect and kindness to others, saying "Yes Mom!" or "Yes Dad!"
Performing tasks without grumbling, following instructions, exhibiting general obedience.
Performing needful tasks without being asked, going above and beyond in one's work.
Willingness to help or comfort others, using kind words, putting the needs of others first.
Consistency in any needful thing. Seeing a task through to the end. Thoroughness.
40 Different Chores and Responsibilites to Choose From
The remaining 7 rows on your child's Obedience Chart are for chores and responsibilities. Here's a list of the categories included in the system.
"We love your product and have been using it for a couple of years. I love how it encourages my children to take responsibility for their own behavior and actions."
"Oh my goodness! This system has my boys excited and ready and willing to help! They are learning to exemplify character already! Thank you! I feel like my home is being revolutionized!"
"Your Character Badges program has been awesome and such a great help in our home. As a mom it has been so helpful to have these charts and ideas already set in place for rewards and consequences that I can walk to with them and point out."
If you're ready to get serious about becoming the parent that your child needs you to become;
If you're looking for something to help you inspire your child to be more kind, helpful, diligent, respectful, (even tidy!);
If you'd like to take the drudgery out of character-training and turn it into something that neither you nor your child will soon forget...
Then you're ready for Character Badges.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of instantly downloadable products they are not eligible for returns or refunds.
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"Every day, every hour, the parents are either passively or actively forming those habits in their children upon which, more than anything else, future character and conduct depend." Charlotte Mason