What is Character Badges?
Character Badges is a unique system of charts, reward badges, and flash cards. Everything has been designed to make character training fun and rewarding for both you and your child.
Do your child training methods sometimes lack consistency?
Character Badges can provide your child with the consistent motivation and accountability they need to cultivate good character. Unique badges are awarded to your child when they complete a series of good deeds. These fun and colorful badges are designed to encourage your child to practice the habits of good behavior.
The chart system (Obedience Chart, Disobedience Chart, and Consequence Chart) presents a visual representation of your child’s behavior over a period of time. A quick glance can show you areas that need attention. You may also assign consequences to specific acts of disobedience. This helps your child better understand what they did wrong.
Character Badges is a fun and unique way to teach the habits of good character. If you’re looking for more consistency in the way you train your children, Character Badges can be a blessing to your family.
Character Badges recommended for children ages 5-12
Little Character Badges recommended for children ages 3-5
Buy them separately, or buy both together at a bundle price! Included in the PDF download are detailed instructions on how to use this program.
Character Badges is a PDF Download and will be delivered to your email after purchasing. The King James Version Bible is used for scripture references.
Please note, there are NO returns. All sales are final on Character Badges.
What are People Saying?
“From the first moment I began looking over the Character Badges Manual I just knew this was something I wanted to use with my children right away. We’ve let way too many acts of disobedience slide through the cracks and it’s time to get a hold on it. I’m excited about starting the Character Badges program with them and can’t wait to see positive results. And, I just know they’ll be more eager to obey when wearing a badge is involved! ” – Heather at RaisingMightyArrows.net