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  • G McNeal

    @Katie - how cool is this for a chore chart? ... its like a game!

  • Jacqui Fontamara

    A fun family cleaning game. Pull out cards and do four in a row - then reward yourselves with a fun activity.

  • Kaity Cunningham

    This is so great for teaching kids how to do chores with a little extra motivation

  • Kabao Vang

    I'm definitely going to use this method to get help around the house :)

  • Daryl Jewess

    A fun family cleaning game. Do you have any fun ways you get your kids involved with cleaning at your #Car accessory #Cars #Cars and such|

  • Amy B

    Toddler Approved!: Four in a Row: A Family Cleaning Game... interesting idea...

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