Make your own printable sticker charts or behavior charts to use at home, school, for chores, as classroom rewards or for scrapbooking. You can add any picture to the sticker charts, customize the text and print online. It’s simple and free.
If you browse the printable calendar categories available, you’ll see that there are a lot of options for making your own printable sticker charts. Once you find a sticker chart template that you like, click on the preview and the maker will open online (nothing to download.) You’ll see a place to upload the picture of your choice. You can make a printable sticker chart or any other themed sticker chart by just uploading those images. Add your class picture, a school logo, a picture of your kids, family, whatever! It’s up to you.
You’ll see a button labeled “month”. That will allow you to add a calendar for any month into the grid, but for a simple sticker chart to print, we don’t want to use that. By ignoring this option we’ll get a 7×5 grid where students can place their stickers and begin filling out their incentives sheets. The really cool part is you can also make printable certificate to match the sticker charts once the student completes the chart! Just check out the certificate templates and load the same picture, edit the text and print!
Using one of the templates above for example, you can print a personalized sticker chart using a heart frame or a star frame and make a fun sticker chart to use with anybody. There are other template shapes for making your sticker charts on that page, just click one of the templates to go to the template preview page.
For some ready-to-print sticker charts and matching stickers, check out Stickers and Charts.com. There are free printable stickers and matching sticker charts you can print online. These don’t allow you to upload your photo or edit the text, but there are a lot of templates to choose from and so hopefully you’ll be able to find something there if you don’t want to use your own image.
If you make a sticker chart let us know how it went. Do you have any tips for making a great looking sticker chart? I’d love to hear about it! Comment below.