Baseball Game

Baseball Game

This bed-wetting game will let your child make bed-wetting a game - a baseball game.  Play against a rival team to make taking steps against bed-wetting fun!

Print out the board and follow the instructions below.  See How to Gamify the Problem for more tips.

1. Let your child decorate/color the board and figures and choose a figure to represent himself  or herself.

2. Cut out figures and either attach velcro, magnets or sticky tack (anything to get the figures to stay on the board) to backs of figures and to each base on the playing board, and even the dugouts if you want.  

3. You may want to laminate the players and board (or even mount the board on cardboard) if you are planning on repeated use.  After lamination, use dry erase markers to keep track of points.

4. Develop your own point system.  Assign points to parts of the night time routine.  Each part can have its own number of points and you can assign points to as many things as you want (try to keep it under 10 though so your children can remember them all).  Your children always forget to use the toilet the second time?  Up their motivation by assigning it more points than the other parts.  

5. Each point equals one base on the baseball board game.  So if one night your child gets 8 points, that is two runs.  To get points for the opposing team each night, roll a dice.

5.  Explain the rules to your child.

6. Play and reward your child when he or she wins!

Click here to get a printable version of the game board and instructions: Baseball Game Board and Instructions.pdf

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