Ask any young child what they remember about the doctor, and barring any traumatic experience, they will say the fun stickers! Fun stickers are just that, stickers that are fun and that young children enjoy. Usually displayed in a dispenser in the patient care rooms or on the pathway to the exit in the office of a clinic, fun stickers can be conveniently placed in areas where children need the most positive reinforcement. If a young child holds completely still while getting an X-ray done on his leg, an I did good sticker with a picture of a skeleton can be all the child needs to remember how he handled himself properly in the situation. Then, this conditioning of a positive action followed by a reward will teach the child to repeat his good behavior in order to receive another reward in the future. Avoid the hassle of an unhappy child. Promise him or her fun stickers at the end of a visit or after completing a specific task, and you will have a much happier camper on your hands.