15 May 2016

Weather- themed Behaviour Chart for Kids

This month's Bostik craft challenge was to create a weather-themed craft. The box came full of lovely craft goodies that somehow seemed more suited to winter than sunshine and spring. There were however, a selection of large stickers that set me thinking.


Weather - themed Behaviour Chart for Kids

This is what we have come up with. A weather themed behaviour chart for kids. It is extremely easy to make and can be put to good use as well.

To make this Weather chart you will need:

To make this Weather chart you will need


  • A large sheet of card. We used an empty cereal box.
  • A variety of weather-themed stickers or foam shapes
  • A pointer
  • Bostik glue
  • Bostik blue tack
  • Crayons and embellishments 

We started by glueing the large yellow foam flower. My son then stuck on all the weather-themed stickers. Next he coloured in the pretty rainbow and added the diamanté detail. I stuck the pointer on with blue tack, so that it pivots around on the tack. This makes it easy to move between the different weather settings.



Our behaviour chart has the sun to indicate good behaviour. That is the default starting position on any given day. The rainbow is for excellent behaviour. The snow cloud is for less than optimum behaviour. And the storm is for tantrums and bad behaviour. 

Weather - themed Behaviour Chart for Kids

The aim is to keep the arrow pointing to the sun or the rainbow and away from the clouds. It is a lovely incentive for young children to behave better.

You can make separate charts for each of your kids. Alternatively, use different coloured or named pointer arrows for each of your child and tack them all on one chart.

What do you make of our weather behaviour chart? Will you be making one?

Disclosure: We were sent a box of craft material to complete this challenge as part of the Bostik Blogger campaign.

9 comments:

  1. This is such a good idea! Much more fun and interesting than a reward chart so i am going to give this a try!

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  2. This is such a great idea! We don't have behaviour charts for Boo yet - I don't think she would really understand - but I have pinned this for when she is a little older =)

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  3. I have heard a lot about this campaign online. Nice to see what you came up with. So creative.

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  4. Botisk always brings out the best in craft/parent bloggers and I am loving all the colour. Plus it is actually educational for the children as well!

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  5. This is a fab idea, I love crafts that are fun, engaging and educational all in one!

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  6. A lovely idea and I love how colourful it is, I am not good with crafts but it looks really fun

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  7. Oh what a great idea - this would work so well with Pickle, thank you. Kaz x

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  8. Such a fun looking craft to keep the kids entertained! These Bostik kits look like a lot of fun.

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  9. Oh this is such a fabulous creative idea! These bostik kits look such fun for little ones

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