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.
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!
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.
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 ♥