Family jobs and money jobs both have their place in teaching kids responsibility - get tips on how to use them effectively
Establishing family jobs and money jobs
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Crayon Art. this one is really cool
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Travel Tip: "Roll" dice without losing them by placing them inside a mini Tupperware container. Perfect for kids to play games in the car. This is perfect for the classroom too. No dice flying across the room!
101 Almost Free Things to Do With Your Kids This Summer.
Website says: The chores you use for Chore of the Week can be the same set used for Work for Hire. It gives you more opportunities to get those numerous tasks accomplished by your kids. Work for Hire is optional, but since my kids don't receive an allowance and I don't buy them toys, they are always clamoring to make a little money. I'm encouraging work ethic while getting my home clean.
I love this idea for helping to motivate kids to help out with the extra chores that get missed most of the time. Especially in summer when they are "bored".
Magnetic number Fishing. They add what they catch.