Planning Rewards And Consequences Worksheet
Worksheet published on May 2nd, 2021
When it comes to addressing a child’s behavior, consistency is key. Consistent and expected rewards and consequences can be a great motivator for behavioral modification. When it comes to encouraging good behavior and discouraging bad behavior, understanding consequences helps a child understand how to behave.
Planning rewards and consequences do not need to be complicated. Having a plan that the family all knows about is a great way to create expectations for behavior.
About This Worksheet
This is the Planning Rewards And Consequences worksheet. On this worksheet, you are instructed to create a list of expectations for your children and family. The parents in the home complete this worksheet to establish rules, rewards, and consequences for behavior.
This worksheet is intended to be completed by adult caretakers or parents to apply in the home. Children may be included in the planning process by being taught what behaviors will be rewarded and punished. This worksheet can be helpful for children and adolescents, along with adults learning about parenting skills.
Meet with the parents to explain how rewards and consequences facilitate expectations for behavior. Provide examples about how reinforcement and punishment can affect behavior, and present this worksheet as a planning guide for house rules.
Allow the parents to develop the plan for behavior, rewards, and consequences. When complete, review the worksheet and instruct the parents to have a family meeting to review the plan with the children and adolescents in the household. Provide a copy of the worksheet to the parents before ending the session.