Your child receives a quarter each time he or she helps out. Then he can "buy" from the house "store."  Teach them about money & responsibility. Love this!!

Your child receives a quarter each time he or she helps out. Then he can "buy" from the house "store." Teach them about money & responsibility. Love this!!

Wishing Jar: Capture dandelion wishes in a jar. When a sad child (or adult) needs some love and encouragement, it is off with the lid, pull out a wishing flower, eyes squished closed for a wish, and a big huff. Cures many ailments. sunrise waldorf school

Wishing Jar: Capture dandelion wishes in a jar. When a sad child (or adult) needs some love and encouragement, it is off with the lid, pull out a wishing flower, eyes squished closed for a wish, and a big huff. Cures many ailments. sunrise waldorf school

Motivating Kids With a Homemade Reward Store ~ Templates & Ideas Included! Great incentive for behavior, chores, and school!

Motivating Kids With a Homemade Reward Store ~ Templates & Ideas Included! Great incentive for behavior, chores, and school!

Kid’s Chore Chart Free Printable | Confessions of a Homeschooler--I like the visual on the front.  I think I would breakdown the chore into steps on the back with little visuals for my younger ones.

Kid’s Chore Chart Free Printable | Confessions of a Homeschooler--I like the visual on the front. I think I would breakdown the chore into steps on the back with little visuals for my younger ones.

Life Hacks - Amazing Parenting Hacks that will rock your world! - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl

Life Hacks - Amazing Parenting Hacks that will rock your world! - Page 2 of 2

Life Hacks - Amazing Parenting Hacks that will rock your world! - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl

diy chore chart. For each chore completed, kid gets to put a pebble in the jar. If they disobey, a pebble is taken out. When the jar is full, the child gets to choose a prize, like going out for ice cream. I love how the reward isn't money and also, not for every chore done!

diy chore chart. For each chore completed, kid gets to put a pebble in the jar. If they disobey, a pebble is taken out. When the jar is full, the child gets to choose a prize, like going out for ice cream. I love how the reward isn't money and also, not for every chore done!

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