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Chore Cards {Chore Flip Charts

Chore Cards {Chore Flip Charts} for your children to learn how to clean a room in the right order and not forget anything. These work amazingly well in my home! From Tips From a Typical Mom

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/

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Kids Chore Chart System

Here's one way parents could teach their kids how to do household chores and be responsible. We think they would also learn the value of money with this system. What do you think?

After the kiddos are done their regular chores they can pick a "work for hire" job to get money. GREAT IDEA!

Clean your kids toys in the dishwasher with vinegar! Use 1 1/2 - 2 c. white vinegar. Wish this pin would have been around years ago! Grandma can clean the toys this way at least! ;)

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. I have started this with the kids, the chore list doesn't get money but the commission chart does! There are different chores on each. AND she incorporates tithing and savings! Brilliant!

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Ways for Kids To Earn Money Around the House

Ways for Kids To Earn Money Around the House (ideas for chores)

chore chart ideas, including this printable I need to start this!

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Chores for Kids: A Guide to Cleaning with Kids by Room and Age

A list of cleaning tasks for #kids broken down by room and age

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Reward Points System and Home "Store"

great reward system for kids. when they do chores (on time, no whining, no complaining) and do them well, they earn points to "shop" at the "store" points can also be earned for good behavior, sharing, helping.....LOVE this idea!! some ideas for the store: snacks, candy, later bed time, sleepover...etc

Teach your kids to work! 43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old)

The Uh Oh Jar... Put some chores in there and when the kids are not behaving or being naughty.. have them pull out some work to do