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A large reward chart and re-usable stickers to help encourage positive behavior, achievement and development in children from 1 year. Ideal for supporting behavioral issues associated with toddlers, such as potty training

Little Kid Chore Charts (Best for Ages 2-4) - Available to download in PSD, PDF and JPG from www.overthebigmoon.com!

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Free Printable Chore Charts for Kids

Chore chart printables.

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Reward Points System and Home "Store"

Family "store" for spending points or tickets, which are earned by doing chores.

Chore Sticks!As soon as the kiddos get home from school, they grab their jar & get to work on their chores. {Their “chores” also include things like eating a snack, homework, reading along with the usual chores like cleaning your room, putting your clothes away, etc…} Have them complete all their chores before dinner. It makes evenings a lot less stressful, & more family time.

Great AM/PM Routine for children free from Kid to Kid! My 6 y/o grand-daughter loved this.

Toddler Chores & Ideas for Everyone - Chore Jar, Chore Board, and Chore Chart http://www.allkindsofthingsblog.com/2014/08/toddler-chores-what-that-looks-like-in.html

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Chore Charts: Getting the Kids Involved {motivate}

Chore Chart- printable

Printable chore chart. One for a girl and one for a boy. Place in sheet protectors and write with dry erase marker to use over and over again.

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toddler “busy bag” swap!

ideas for handmade toddler busy bags

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20 Toddler Activities

20 Toddler Activities... From now on I am keeping all of my empty paper towel rolls... This is awesome.

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Friday's Freebie: Printable Chore Charts

Free Printable Chore Charts #chorecharts, #printable

Chore and Homework chart! Easy to make with felt and sticky felt letters from the dollar store. Write chore and dollar amount on the clothespin and put in the "to do" then the kids can move them over to the "done" side upon completion. Homework doesn't get a dollar amount! Maybe a reward at the end of the week for doug all homework (ice cream, etc). Colorful, simple and useful!!!