I like this reward chart for many reasons. It's so simple and could be made without Boardmaker easily. It's also ridiculously cheap and could be replicated for more than one kiddo (which would only cost you another six pennies or so!). It's easy to clean. I kind of love the different textures going on and (I use this term loosely) mixed media. And it is just simply unique.
How many of us have pennies stashed in dresser drawers, purse pockets, or in the couch? I probably could scoop up several homeless pennies in a quick sweep of my apartment (not that I am loaded, by any means - just the opposite!). I do recommend laminating the chart because it does go through a lot with the little ones. And it's just a great investment (laugh track).
Disclaimer time: Obviously, you wouldn't want to use this with kids who are super young or who may or may not enjoy eating inedible objects. I would definitely trial it to make sure it's the right fit for your client.
So, you need 5 or 6 pennies (however many you decide really).
I have several different "reward squares" (bubbles, dinosaurs, cars, etc.) ready. I actually use those same "reward squares" as part of a visual schedule for the session and an accompanying 3 word utterance request panel (which I will share some time soon!).
I don't use this visual too often in my current setting, but when I do - it's very helpful to keep the student on task... besides, who doesn't love a little money? :]
Voila, you now have a recipe for the six-cent reward chart! Enjoy!