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chore charts-I love the functionality of this!

This is a cool set up for school as well! Really neat chore chart idea for kids! (And adults?

A creative and easy to make job chart that will help you teach your kids accountability for the money they ask for.

"Mom, I Need Money" Job Chart

My kids are pretty good about helping out around the house without having to resort to monetary rewards, but sometimes a little incentive can go a long way. :-) When my kids are looking to make some extra money.this simple and effective job chart takes

KIDS CHORE CHARTS!!! Several different ideas. I like ones that don't have lots of parts that could get spilled or go missing!!

Visual schedule with pull down flaps + magnets. When item is completed, close the flap, and the word "done" is on the outside. I like this as an idea for a visual schedule during the school day for my kiddos.

i had one last wall in the mud room  that i had big plans for but not much time to accomplish.  since school has been out we are trying to g...

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Our Journey to Africa: The Best Chore Chart Strategy Ever

Our Journey to Africa: The Best Chore Chart Strategy Ever.Pinned this mostly for the energy drain punishment idea

Brilliant idea!  kid to do list- under glass so it can be wiped off each day!  This could be useful for chores or for homeschooling.

Polish The Stars: Dry Erase To-Do List She made this by painting a dollar store picture frame, then printing out and framing a check list for her kiddo. It can be checked and erased daily.

Chore Chart

Many DIY ideas to create chore charts for children. Every parent knows how important it is to teach kids to do their chores at home. When kids do their chores, it will make our life much easier. Making a DIY chore chart will be a great way to motivate kid

Write positive things children can do to be rewarded instead of giving materialistic rewards. Instead, give more opportunities for rewarding experiences.

This is used for rewards in class. I like the idea of colored ping pong balls with rewards on them. You could spray paint the white ping pong balls.

thinking of projects/ self directed work and a clear goal and aim... like this

Chore and Homework chart! Easy to make with felt and sticky felt letters from the dollar store. Write chore on the clothespin and put in the "to do" then the kids can move them over to the "done" side upon completion. Maybe a reward at the end of the week

Plum Print will take your kids' paintings, doodles, and construction paper creations and turn it all into an absolutely gorgeous coffee table book from children's artwork. The company professionally digitizes as few as 20 pieces of art--or as many as 220--and arranges them onto high-quality paper. You provide a book title and, if you'd like, a photo of your child with a short caption.     Read more: http://www.coolmompicks.com/2012/04/preserving_kids_artwork_plum_print.php#ixzz1sfhUvvoo

Plum Print will take kids' paintings, doodles, and construction paper creations and turn it all into a coffee table book. The company professionally digitizes as few as 20 pieces of art--or as many as arranges them onto high-quality paper. Very cool idea

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