Use this 100 day challenge free printable to track goals and habits, making it fun and motivational while progressing forward.
Habit and goal trackers are all the rage these days and I think it’s a perfect way to motivate your kids as well. Any chore can be easily turned into a game or competition, helping with motivation and inspiration to get the job done.
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Hello! My name is Linda from tortagialla.com and I’m a mama who loves designing digital printables. I’m always looking for ways to make everyday life more fun and interesting for my kids. Sometimes they are really lazy when it comes to mundane details like brushing teeth and making beds. To help motivate them, I often gamify tasks with trackers and include rewards to help push them along in the right direction.
That’s why I created this 100 day challenge free printable. Basically, it’s a way to track any task or habit for your kids with a space to write down the reward. You can teach your kids about the momentum of not breaking the chain in daily habits and add rewards so that progress is always something to look forward to.
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- Home printer
- White paper
- Crayons, colored pencils, or markers
- Star stickers or other decorative stickers optional
Using this 100 Day Challenge Free Printable
For this 100-day challenge design, I’ve created two versions in the free download. There’s a black and white version that is perfect for little kids who prefer to color up the stars. However, I’ve also included a full-color version for those who want a brighter, more decorative printable to display.
Now when it comes to 100-day challenges, there are loads of ways to apply the idea to very regular everyday tasks. It doesn’t have to be a monumental or special idea. My kids are always motivated by rewards and as they grow up, I simply want to support them in developing good habits. Tracking them helps them to realize what they have accomplished, even if it’s a mundane task. So consider daily chores like brushing your teeth, making your bed, or eating vegetables.
As your kids get used to habit tracking, you can introduce new ideas for a more substantial reward. And although 100 days makes sense, you can also track 100 items that are not necessarily consecutive or daily if it doesn’t apply. Such as reading 100 books or finishing 100 letters. Physical/exercise challenges, 100 new vocabulary words, or gratitude writing can be great ideas.
There are also some schools that participate in 100 days of school when they celebrate at school, so tracking the days is fun to do at home as well.
Color, Collaging, and More
Once you have a goal decided upon, there are also multiple ways to mark off the days. You can simply color up each start daily or you can add a sticker on each day as well. I particularly like the method of collage or stickering up the stars because my kids love to use stickers. You can purchase star stickers or just use a variety that fit over the star shape.
Another idea is to collage with a cut-out piece of paper that you can glue on or pretty paper, for those who want to get a bit more crafty. If you keep this habit tracker on your desk, you can also glue and pour over glitter or decorative embellishments to create a very beautiful set of stars at the end of 100 days.
Think About Rewards for Motivation
Finally, once you have your goal and method for marking off the days, the fun really begins with deciding on the reward. Nothing like a reward to motivate your kids to get things done, right?
I think positive reinforcement is always the way to go when it comes to habits, learning and productivity. So rewards can range from simple little prizes and snacks for toddlers to fun experiences together like a movie night out or a visit to an amusement park.
You will definitely have to match the reward to the challenge, but also consider using multiple copies of this free printable to track multiple goals. You can then package up the whole set into one big reward for your kids, if you prefer!
The most important thing to consider is to tailor the rewards to your child’s personality and tastes. They will definitely be more motivated in that way!
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