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Amanda Leedham
Amanda Leedham • 2 years ago

Your child receives a quarter each time she helps out. Then she can "buy" from the house "store." Teach her about money & responsibility.

  • Dave N Mel Walker
    Dave N Mel Walker • 2 years ago

    We use to do this, we called it our "Treasure Chest". The kids loved it! We filled it with dollar store items and candy & gum. We also had a chart that we made on a poster board, which had each child's name, and 15 "steps" to the top to rech the Treasure Chest. For every chore they did, it was worth a certain number of steps (that was on a seperate chart). When they reach the top, they get to pick something from the treasure chest... this is a wonderful incentive for little ones to learn to help out and do chores!

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