Sleep Reward Charts



So I have three kids under six in my home, so sleep can be hard to come by, if you know what I mean. We tried everything to get a good routine, but the kids needed something visual. Insert the Good Night, Sleep Tight Reward Chart. I can’t believe how well it works! It has nine categories that may or may not apply to all families, but for us it was good. We don’t actually read before bed, but we do a prayer, so we just used that space for that and the kids knew where their sticker was supposed to go so it worked out well.

My two older kids (4, 5.5) are now going to bed for me a lot easier and stay in bed better. My son still comes into our room occasionally, but not as much as he had been and our daughter stays in bed until it’s time to get up better instead of getting up and playing instead. They love being able to place stickers on the chart and we have a special treat on weekends if they do well all five days on the chart. Many have said they wish it were a 7 day week, but we often have a different routine on weekends so it works well for our family. Even just a six day chart would be great. (“late night” Saturdays don’t have to go on there 😉 )

The pictures aren’t “high quality” so to speak, but they are colorful and get the message across, so for me it’s not a huge deal and the kids seem to like them. I like that the stars are used for the night time routine and then smileys are given for all the night accomplishments they make such as staying in bed all night or not calling out etc. While the stickers are reusable a couple of times, they aren’t completely reusable. But as far as stickers go, the fact they can be reused even a couple of times is better than only being able to use them once and then done. (they also offer replacement stickers-so it’s not a huge deal (or get some at the dollar store!)) Overall this was a great product and has really helped us get more sleep at night.


Product Description:

Sleep influences our entire family’s life and wellbeing. A good night’s sleep is important for every member of the family, it helps us to feel refreshed and full of energy. A night without enough sleep can leave us feeling exhausted and irritable impacting how we perform throughout the day.

For a parent, a restful evening and a good nights sleep can be determined by the sleep routine of their child. If there is no routine then it can make for a stressful family time. In addition to this, increasing evidence shows that sleep disruption is harmful to children’s learning, concentration and behavior. Therefore one of the most important things a parent/carer can do for their children is create a good bedtime routine. If this is something that hasn’t been instilled from a young age; then it can often prove quite a challenge!

Our Good Night, Sleep Tight reward chart provides a complete system to help parents and carers create that good, solid bedtime routine.

Our Good Night, Sleep Tight reward chart creates the perfect bedtime routine for children. It provides a step by step routine with tips and guidelines to help you give your child a healthy nights sleep.

Gold star stickers reward the pre-bedtime routine such as putting on pyjamas, brushing teeth, reading a bedtime book and getting into bed.

In the morning smiley face reward stickers acknowledge your child’s successful accomplishments from the night before, such as staying in their own bed, not calling out and falling asleep naturally.

Each pack contains:

• Large chart (17 inches high x 11 inches wide)

• 48 *reusable gold star reward stickers
• 130 *reusable colored smiley face reward stickers
• Supportive information sheet showing working example, tips and guidelines
• Dry erase pen
• Sticky mounting pads for the wall


Where to Purchase:
Good Night, Sleep Tight Reward Chart – The Ultimate Sleep Chart for Children (2yrs+)




I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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