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Welcome to the Squirmy Wormy blog! As a children's book author, I try and fill my life with creative projects and outlets for my family. From art projects to kids activities to easy recipes, I want to share them with you and your family!

Shopkins Star Chart

Shopkins Star Chart

Now that our little girl is a preschooler, helping out around the house is a necessity. And the infamous "star chart" works better than ever at this age - with the smallest reward going a long, long way. A year ago she was more motivated by family activity (like a trip to the zoo or a train ride) as the prize for completing the star chart, but now it's all about Shopkins! So I updated our old star chart with new velcro Shopkins, and voila "we" are listening again. :)

SUPPLIES

  • Posterboard
  • Markers
  • Printouts
  • Scissors
  • Velcro

DIRECTIONS

  1. Decide on how many activities you want to track for your little one. That will help you figure out how many boxes and lines to put on your chart.
  2. Draw out the grid on your posterboard and put in the categories and days of the week.
  3. Cut out the printed Shopkins into squares and apply one side of the velcro to the back. 
  4. Put the opposite side of the velcro on the board.
  5. Your child will love adding their pieces as they complete an activity!

 

 

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