Do everything without whining, complaining or arguing. Every one has their own jar. Start off the week with a set amount of quarters in each jar. If they are caught whining or complaining, they lose a quarter. At the end of the week, they get the money that's left or you could put it towards an activity.

Kid's Editable Daily List and Chore Chart by SweetCoconutLime

I love this idea--have the kids "pay" for their snacks. When they are out of money, no more snacks for the day.

Allowance tips

What a great idea for forgetful parents (mom mush brain life saver)

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

A commission schedule for kids instead of handing them money for an allowance - great idea. I would have done a lot more chores when I was younger! frugaldad.com/do-you-pay-your-kids-an-allowance/

Uh-oh jar-what a great idea to discipline the kiddos. Really think it would cut down on the whining......."uh oh you need to pick another one".....

when they argue.. LOL GREAT IDEA! FUNNY.

FINALLY! THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! You do not get paid for chores because it's an expected part of being a family. Allowance is teaching children how to manage money. Thank you, Pinterest. Now I have a place to start.

need help getting kids to pick up?

i will be happy i pinned this someday: 75 Things to do with your kids. Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!"

PARENTING | Teaching kids about money with DIY "Spend," "Save," and "Give" jars

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Behavior chart for at home

The website is absolutely amazing. Games, crafts, weekly fort building ideas ... you name it! Can't wait to find some fun ideas to do with my guys!

Behavior bucks used in conjunction with a kids chore chart - great ideas here!

On the go Crayon Box - soap box, post it, and crayons! Perfect to keep in the purse!

Summer Activity Schedule for Kids. would love to do this every week throughout the year.

Teach the Gospel ideas to kids in a fun way. Wow this mom is amazing! Also has great ideas for helping your kids develop a love for reading the scriptures.

I just realized that you can get an idea of the kind of week I’ve had based on the projects I did. I made a “Harmony Jar” and a Chore Chart. Ha. I got this idea from my neighbor, who has an “Uh-oh Jar.” The …