We know that repetition aids learning and sometimes you just need to keep track of tasks. Looking for a fun way to track skills practice or chore completion? Here’s a freebie for you >> repetition punch cards.
This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. I will receive a commission if you purchase from these links. Thank you.
How do you use a Repetition Punch Card?
Print (optional: laminate) the page then cut out the cards. Give one card to your child with instructions to hole punch or cross off one circle for every completed repetition. You can also use these cards to keep track of days that a skill is practiced.
When your child has completed his card, he can turn it in to you for a predetermined prize – movie night, donut date, or extra time on Minecraft?
The possibilities are endless with these fun punch cards.
Use them for:
- math facts
- books read
- make your bed
- get school done by noon
- motivation cards
- practice cards
- practice instrument
- help around the house
- clean up your room
- daily reading time
- completing work with a good attitude
You could use these as daily homeschool task cards – list out 7 daily assignments or subjects and complete a day of school when all your holes are punched.
There’s a punch card theme to fit everyone.
Your free download will include one page of punch cards for each theme:
- Under the Sea
- Trick or Treat
- Super Heros
- Mix & Match
- Cute Animals
- Plus THREE Summer Sets!!
You can find these punch cards anytime in my FREE members-only resource library or add your email below and you can immediately download 10 sets!
If you’re looking for dozens of holiday-themed repetition punch cards and other tracking sheets for your homeschool, then check out the Holiday Tracker Pack.
How will you use your punch cards?