My goal was to make something simple that the kids can independently do quickly and see their progress. I am a big fan of sticker charts, but this time we're going a different route. Each kid got to choose their "logo," which is what they will move. My little guy chose a dump truck, the Princess chose a giraffe, and my oldest son chose a baseball. I printed them out, trimmed around them, and placed contact paper over both sides so they will be durable. On the back, I attached a piece of Velcro.
Each kiddo will have a road (covered on the front side with contact paper) with a designated number of Velcro spots on them (varying by age) that lead to their "destination" (construction site, zoo, and ballpark). Each time they listen the first time to a direction, they can move their logo. Once they arrive at their destination, they will receive a reward (a story, extra five minutes to stay up, a show, etc.). I am hoping this will be a fun and motivational little game and soon we'll be back on track and listening again (at least better than they are now!).
I have hung this up on one of our kitchen walls so we have easy access to it and it will be a visual reminder to listen. Cheers to Mommy Bootcamp!