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  • Faith Woodhouse

    And snap!! The job's a game!! Good way to introduce kids to chores. {life skills}

  • Rebecca A

    The job now becomes a game!! Good way to introduce kids to chores. (P.S. I hope it's not annoying that I pin parenting ideas even though I'm not a parent! :-)

  • Stephanie Yee

    The job now becomes a game!! Good way to introduce kids to chores by making it fun! Toddlers and up love to help clean, perfect way for them to help, while also using thier gross motor skills! ** good idea.

  • Cydni Hudson

    Put your kids to work by turning chores into a fun game. | 36 Little Hacks That Will Make Parenting So Much Easier. There are a couple of pretty good ideas in here. Like securing the baby gate to the banister with zip ties.

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"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).