In many ways it’s heartening to see the spirit in our children, their fire, their ability to reason and question, and yes, even their occasional outburst. All this can be considered “normal” or perhaps more accurately “usual” child behavior.
Part of the roller-coaster ride called “parenting” is the ups and downs of child behavior, the changing expectations about what is considered normal or abnormal behavior, and what is our best course of action when we are confronted with particular child behavior problems.
An important element of successfully using reward charts for children is to have behavior change goals set in place BEFORE the reward chart has started. Find some useful example here.