I want to make these for myself, along with some that have exercises written on them (50 sit ups = one dollar), so that I can reward myself for keeping fit while cleaning house. A picture of my reward item can go on the outside of the tip jar as further incentive!
Uh Oh Jar - LOVE this idea. It was getting hard always sending someone to their room or to the corner. Nothing seemed to change - but now...I'm making a consequence jar like this. Whining? Pull out a consequence. Talking back? Pull out a consequence. Not picking up your things? Pull out a consequence, maybe you'll get "Your lucky day. No consequence THIS TIME."
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 all the guesswork out of how they can earn it.
WE LOVE THIS. It's called a "Calm Down Jar" and it's filled with glitter. Children shake the jar to get their frustrations out and then they’re asked to wait until the glitter has all settled in the bottom. By the time the glitter settles, hopefully so have they. To make, just fill 1/2 of a jar (preferably plastic) with glitter (maybe a color they like) and the rest with water. Screw lid on tight and you're all set!! WE KNOW SOME ADULTS THAT COULD USE THIS!
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Great idea for a keepsake. Have each teacher secretly sign "Oh, the Places You'll Go" from Pre-K to High School at the end of each year and give it to your child at graduation. I made this one for a friends new baby with a matching gift tag and instructions.