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Rewarding kids with things they get to do instead of things they get to have. When they do something good, they pick from the jar and get things like to stay up a little later or play outside a little longer etc. Cute idea!

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Quality Time Jar

Quality Time Jar - Each child pulls out a strip of paper with a special activity to do with mom or dad for 20-30 minutes every day.

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Hosting an Indoor Camp-out with the Kids

Great activity for a theme day in the classroom -- ideas for books & activities for camping fun! WOW I remember doing this when i was little, i miss stuff like this!

Make your family movie night an event! It creates motivation with the little ones to be on their best behavior, and everyone gets a excited for some family time. This could be a fun "invite" to date night too!

Reward Jar Coupons, when you want to recognize your kids for a job well done, for doing more than expected, or for just being themselves.  You can use all of the coupons, or only the ones you think they’ll like best.  Just print them, cut them out, put them in a jar, and let your kids reach in to choose their coupon.

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Edible Candy Necklace

Snack Necklaces. Keep kids quiet on road trips + no spills!

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How To Get Gamer Kids To Do Chores

How I got my kids to beg to do chores - chore chart

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List of things kids must do before they get any screen time in the summer

Uh Oh Jar - LOVE this idea. It was getting hard always sending someone to their room or to the corner. Nothing seemed to change - but now...I'm making a consequence jar like this. Whining? Pull out a consequence. Talking back? Pull out a consequence. Not picking up your things? Pull out a consequence, maybe you'll get "Your lucky day. No consequence THIS TIME."

Take a picture of the first and last day of school to see how much they change over the year - this would make a really cute photo book when they graduate