Kid's Allowance Ideas
Kid's Allowance Ideas
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Kids doing chores. Kids had work to do around the house, some got paid an allowance, some basically had to do it as part of staying alive and fed (lol). But, it taught us responsibility (you can't go until you cut the grass), how to do a job right (you did half the job, go back out and do it again until you get it right), and trained us for when we got our own place to live. Kids today need some chores.
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"I'm bored ..." When you hear these words from your tween, here is a wise answer: "Go home, mow the lawn, wash the windows, learn to cook, build a raft, get a job, visit the sick, study your lessons, and after you've finished, read a book." (from John Tapene) ... I personally see NO reason ever for boredom! Life is full of possibilities!
Mowing lawns was my first job. I started doing it for my parents and grandparents the summer after I turned 12 and I turned it into a small business over the next 5 years.
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Family Command Center Details: Each child has a section to display special artwork, Kids communication binder: allowance, permission slips, notes, chore charts, Home Communication Binder: Receipts, cupons and notes, Tiny Buckets: spare change and small collectables, Bags: hung below each name essential for a grab and go day. Daily Clipboards: whatever I need to do/deliver/mail for the day will be ready to go!
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Family Command Center...small clipboards for each day of the week and chalk board for special reminders!
I NEED ONE OF THESE!!!!!! Family Command Center Details: Each child has a section to display special artwork, Kids communication binder: allowance, permission slips, notes, chore charts, Home Communication Binder: Receipts, cupons and notes, Tiny Buckets: spare change and small collectables, Bags: hung below each name essential for a grab and go day. Daily Clipboards: whatever I need to do/deliver/mail for the day will be ready to go!
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8' x 4' schoolhouse chalkboard turned into one-of-a-kind organization center. Each kid has space for a communication binder, personal artwork, a tiny bucket, and a hanging grab-and-go bag (not shown). A daily home binder holds receipts, coupons and notes, while daily clipboards hung along the top hold outgoing mail, checks, permission slips and whatever must be dealt with that day.
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Piggy Banks to Paychecks tackles the subject of money head-on in an easy-to-understand, friendly format. If you are a parent, grandparent, or teacher, or are otherwise involved in helping kids learn financial basics, this book is for you. In its pages, you'll find straightforward answers on saving, spending wisely, investing, and donating. You will find help in setting up an allowance plan for kids along with various methods of tracking savings and evaluating purchases.
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To teach his children how to think properly about money, he gave each of them three jars. Whenever they received an allowance, or money from doing chores, or a gift of money, they had to divide it into thirds: One part to spend, one part to save, and one part to give to others. Simple but so rewarding in many ways ♥
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I like how they designed these jars-it makes it easier and more visual for the little ones. To teach his children how to think properly about money, he gave each of them three jars. Whenever they received an allowance, or money from doing chores, or a gift of money, they had to divide it into thirds: One part to spend, one part to save, and one part to give to others. Simple but so rewarding in many ways ♥
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Love this! We already have Andrew in the habit of automatically saving but this is even better
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Wow, that is a pretty good idea. Kinda takes care of allowance plus gets good behavior in one fell swoop. Some things I might cut out and/or add but great idea for down the road!
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behavior modification idea for kids: token system
token economy, behavioral system for kids Love it!!!!!!
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A giving box. Kids take money from their allowance and put it in the giving box, when toys for tots or some other philanthropic venture comes along, money is there to purchase toys and give.
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Family Giving Box | Helping Kids Learn How to Make a Difference....brilliant idea
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For my husbands birthday I like to help the kids give him gifts of time. I let them give him giftcards or tickets to Fun Centers, Movie Theaters, Sporting Events, etc so they can go PLAY with Daddy. (This year we got a good one but I can't tell what it is due to the off chance that he may read this before his birthday on the 27th!) It is so much easier than trying to let them pick a regular gift out and more FUN too!
Allowance Idea - If the kid does his/her chores then they get to make a deposit and my husband will match it
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Birthday gift game: It is a great way to help your kids to learn how to receive a gift and be kind and gracious about it (My kids were not very good at this at Christmas time!). Here is how I did it. First I gave my kids each a beautifully wrapped gift. Then I gave them the rules. First you have to give a sincere thank you for th...
Chore cards to use to calculate allowance or just be sure the chores are getting done.
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Printable chore cards
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Wee Laddie wants an allowance (plus all the back allowance I owe him from when he got it before...ha!). Maybe this'll help me figure out how he can earn some. It's a list of age-appropriate chores.
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AGE APPROPRIATE CHORES FOR CHILDREN Best Chores for Kids and Teens The best chores for children are those that they can do, and do well. Or in other words, the chores that work best are age appropriate chores. When deciding what chores to assign to your child, you should not only just consider what needs to be done around the house but you should also focus on the positive aspects of chores. Among other things, these include building self-esteem and contributing to the family. Setting age appropriate chores means that you can't give a 5 year-old the chore of mowing the lawn (just be patient - they grow up fast). And it doesn't mean letting your preteen skate by with just picking up his sports gear. You need to match the chores to the kids. Here are some suggestions by age to get you started. Age Appropriate Chores for Toddlers - Ages 2-3 Surprise! Even kids this young can do basic tasks to help around the house. Focus on making these kids' chores things that are part of everyday life instead of just being weekly extra tasks. Options for kids this age: Picking up and putting away toys Dressing themselves and putting dirty clothes in hamper Helping clean up spills (there should be plenty of opportunities for this one) Dusting (best done with a microfiber cloth or a Swiffer duster) Age Appropriate Chores for Children - Ages 4-6 At this age, kids may even like to help around the house (Ah, what a magical time). Be sure to consider this when assigning chores. Suggestions for the best chores for children this age: Any of the chores for the younger ages Cleaning their rooms Making their beds Helping fold or put away simple laundry (e.g. towels, their own socks and underwear, etc.) Setting and clearing the table Emptying trash around the house Watering outside plants and garden Age Appropriate Chores for Kids - Ages 7-9 With some basic chore skills under their belts plus the advantage of being a few years older, kids in this group are ready for more responsibility and the next level of chores. Ideas for kids this age: Any of the chores for the younger ages Sorting laundry for washing Sweeping floors (and maybe even vacuuming depending on the relative size of both your child and your vacuum cleaner) Weeding the garden or flower beds Helping put away groceries Preparing simple breakfasts and lunches (e.g. pouring own cereal and making sandwiches) Age Appropriate Chores for Preteens and Teens This is where age appropriate chores can make a real difference in how smoothly (or not) the house is run. The chores that kids in this age group can do start to get more and more into those things that you might even pay others to do. And they are likely to be more specific to your own family's needs, interests, and situation rather than encompassing a universal checklist. The key is to remember the purpose of chores in the first place. Ideally, chores help teach your child responsibility and they help make managing a household more manageable. Also keep in mind that your child will one day be an adult and will be responsible for doing everything that you, as an adult, do right now. The target then should be that by the time they're 18, they should not only know what the responsibilities are in running a household, but how to meet those responsibilities as well. That doesn't mean you should heap everything on them in their early teens. But it does mean that you should be consciously aware of opportunities to increase their responsiblities (or at least rotate them) so that they gain the necessary and valuable experiences that will help them transition into successful adulthood. Additional Age Appropriate Chores Resources Check out our chore charts to get additional ideas for your kids. And, if you have a teen where a simple chore chart doesn't seem to quite fit anymore, be sure to check out a couple of valuable resource pages: common chores for teens and teen chore contracts. And if you're looking for a simple but effective solution (i.e. no headaches!) to implementing a sucessful teen chore program, definitely check out Teen Chore Success.
Keeping control of snacking. Love, love, love this idea to give the kids a snack allowance and then have them cash in for their snacks.
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Fun summer snacking idea. Each kid gets a certain amount of play money a week to spend as they choose on snacks. Healthier snacks are $1, treat type snacks are $5. Fruits and veggies are free! Cute idea
Using poker chips for your kids to earn and then cash in for allowance. Neat idea.
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Chore ideas for the kids
Flexible Kids chore chart (each day has one chore)
Controlling My Chaos: Flexible Chore Charts Poker chips in jars. Popsicle stick magnets with chores listed. Children get to choose chores. Poker chips are worth a quarter and cashed in when kids earned $5.
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GREAT article debating if a childs allowance should be tied to chores.
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There is a split among parents and among family-finance experts over this question. In a Big Issues debate in The Wall Street Journal, Neale Godfrey, founder of Children's Financial Inc., and Jon Gallo, head of the family-wealth practice group of Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger and co-founder of Gallo Consulting, a family-focused financial-advisory firm, discuss the question of whether a child's allowance should be tied to doing chores.
Should Allowances Be Tied to Chores?
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Child Slave Labor VS Allowance? Teaching our kids value of work...
Chores, Yes. Allowance, Maybe: Teaching Kids About Work and Money (as featured in Daily Finance)
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Considering giving your teen an allowance? Here are tips from HealthyChildren.org.
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Brian Page writes 3 principles for teaching high school students as well as several lesson plans.
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Excellent collection of ideas for teaching kids about money - from chores to allowance to saving.
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Cute way to teach kids about money/allowance/balancing a bank account.
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hang baggie next to their chore chart Allowance ideas- $1 per age of child, given at beginning of month. Chores are expected as part of family. 10% tithe and savings taken out right away, use ledger to keep track of all money coming in and going out.
I would like a combination of this and extra money for chores for kid's allowances
Some good ideas on teaching kids to mange their allowance
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Ducks in a Row: Allowance - MacDougall Family Style. Allowance given $1/year of age, once a month. Not tied to chores; everyone does their share around house, allowance given simply to teach money management. All W/D recorded to see where $ goes.
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Commission vs. Allowance. An interesting concept to consider.
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Commission vs. Allowance tool for teaching children responsibility and about money via- Huntzy Happenings
Commission vs Allowance ~
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Token system for chores, reading books, good behavior, etc.
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cute chore idea
I like the color coordination for each child
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Share, Save, Spend allowance log for kids
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Share, Save, Spend Printables for Kids| iMOM Our boys must save at least 25% of their 'commission', we used to have it set at 50%.
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Why Kids should have an Allowance
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Drive. A MUST read. What drives you? by @danielpink
Work have become more about creativity and less routine. If autonomy is one of the biggest needs of human beings, then why companies still use the carrot and stick to motivate people? Daniel Pink states in a very concise way that management is a human invention, is the problem, not the solution. Concepts such as ROWE (Results oriented working environments) and the 4 T's of autonomy (Task, Time, Technique, Team) are brilliantly explained. Self determination is the drive. I loved this book.
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great idea for Kids allowance...