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How to help keep kindergartners motivated

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  December 26, 2012 by Anonymous
Hi I would love it if there were reward charts for older children, I have a six year old daughter & nine year old son, my son has Asperger's and reward charts are great but I can't seem to find one that would be suitable for his age group. Many Thanks
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  May 21, 2013 by Anonymous
One theory is that young children should not need to be motivated, but should be encouraged to follow any activities or learning endeavors that they show an interest in. In time, they will begin developing a curiosity for the world around them and then adults can be there with a proper "teaching moment."
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  May 21, 2013 by Anonymous
We love star charts and chore charts for our 8 year old and 10 year old - nothing too complex, but they can check off items on their own when something is completed. Allows them to take some responsibility for their actions.

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