Is dinnertime rough for any of you, or is it just us? A complaint free meal is a rarity! While we have a good range of eaters, starting with Quinn the salmon and quinoa lover, down to Hayes the “will you take that green thing (finely minced speck of herb) off my chicken?” Even then, the best eaters have off days, and so when we spotted a dinner chart made by Robin (see it here) we begged her to let us create a printable for ourselves and in turn you Small Fry readers!
Robin’s chart covered all the dinnertime bases, from trying new foods (happily!) to sitting without whining. We threw in clearing your plate for good measure and engaging in conversation for good measure! Once you fill in a row, you get a prize, and we are firm believers in a little bribery every now and again!
Here’s a peek at the printable you can download below!
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KellyOctober 24, 2013 at 8:58 am
OH MY, THANK YOU! I have been needing a new approach to meal time. This will do the trick… printing now!
JessicaOctober 24, 2013 at 10:50 am
I absolutely love this idea! When my husband and I have kids well definitely be implementing this! I am all about eating healthy and trying new things, but I have a feeling that our kids may not be the same ha ha! Thanks for sharing!
CharmaineOctober 24, 2013 at 2:34 pm
What a great chart to stimulate healthy eating.
shosh @ mini miocheOctober 25, 2013 at 8:56 am
I love this dinner time chart! I might use it for myself. Trying new foods is not just challenging for kiddos. Might not have as much of a problem with the crying/complaining section 🙂
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MorganFebruary 10, 2021 at 4:47 am
Hi there! I desperately want to download a copy of this dinnertime reward chart for my 3yo! I can’t see how to download it though??! Can you please?😬