"Family Store"...  kids earn points at home for doing chores/good behavior and then turn in their points for items in the "family store" once a week.  Ideas for items in the "store" could be things already around the house like, special snacks, stickers, drinks, notebooks, post-its, dollar store stuff.  Use different color stickers to represent the "point value" of each item (point value key posted on side of box).

A reward points system to help motivate kids to do chores happily, quickly, and well. Kids earn points to shop at the "family store" Points can also be earned for positive behavior, sharing, helping and good manners.

31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled.  Not to do "allowance" for chores, but rather teach chores/responsibilities as how they contribute to family. Interesting perspective.

I love this - Neat rewards system. 31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled.

You give them the detailed job cards and then off they go to   help you keep a clean house! I usually keep a point tally with my smaller kids (big kids dont really care for the point system, you just take away privileges from them if they don't cooperate!)  Points = rewards like: dollars, soda, gum, movie rentals, screen time, etc.

You give them the detailed job cards and then off they go to help you keep a clean house! I usually keep a point tally with my smaller kids (big kids dont really care for the point system, you just take away privileges from them if they don't cooperate!

behavior chart with consequences | Gael's Crafty Treasures: Good Behavior/Chore chart (FREE printables)

Gael's Crafty Treasures: Good Behavior/Chore chart (FREE printables) Starting point - change up the behaviors to fit our needs and instead of giving/taking tickets, give or take 'demerits' on binder list?

Warm Fuzzy Jar from A Love for Teaching: When students are good, they will get a "warm fuzzy" that gets put in a jar. When the jar is full, the class has a party.

Don't you love that warm, fuzzy feeling? The jar says: Do something kind and get a warm fuzzy. Put it in the jar. When the jar is full you get a class party! Can easily modify for home behaviors - positive reinforcement.

reward system... kind of like my token rules!

point reward systm/store for regular chores (without being asked twice) and extra chores/good choices

No Fail Summer Job Charts #printable #kids

No-Fail Summer Job Charts. Kids need structure in the Summer. This job chart will help you teach kids how to do work so you can play hard after.

Whole class management tool- when the class works together, they get a piece to a puzzle. When the puzzle is complete, they earn a reward!

Magnetic Puzzles - stick a little magnet onto the back of each puzzle piece, then put together the puzzle on a cookie sheet! Great way to keep from losing puzzle pieces, easy clean-up, and great for car trips!

Reward System for Kids.  Cotton balls and Jar.  When the kid fills up their jar, they get to choose something to DO (not an object).  Bowling with Daddy, out for ice cream, stay up late, Go to the pool, etc.  Great ideas

easy reward system for kids

Reward System for Kids. Cotton balls and Jar. When the kid fills up their jar, they get to choose something to DO (not an object).

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