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free chore stick printables.

Chore Jar for kids. Put chores on a stick or whatever, and they have to move one from the "to do" jar to the "done" jar. Once they're all in the "done" jar they get a punch or two in their Chore Punch Card.

We should do this when we Finnish our house

This is a really great idea. Lot's of kids means having a lot of chore system options! Simple Chore Chart and Reward System Your Kids Will Love via Clean Mama

Make a Post-it Note Chore Chart from www.tatertotsandjello.com - love this!

Make a Post-It Note Chore Chart (With Free Printables

Post-it Note Chore Chart System and free printables you print off using your home printer. Chore charts for all ages of kids.

Kids need guidance, and that's where the parents come in. Their school can't teach them everything, there are a few things you need to teach to your children yourself, like these important things that will change their personality & make them more disciplined when they grow up.

10 Important Things You Should Teach Your Kids

Money system for kids. 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. The chore list doesn't get money but the commission chart does! There are different chores on each.

FREE Printable Kids Chore Organizers

FREE Printable Kids Chore Organizers

FREE Printable Kids’ Daily Routine Checklists from Clean Mama - The perfect Chore Chart for kiddos- keep them on task and motivated with this simple FREE printable. Includes different color schemes, too!

Free Printable: Kids Chore Charts - I just filled out (pdf), printed, and laminated them to reuse each week.  Great way to start teaching the kids some household responsibility.

Love these-- chore charts or daily to-do lists for the kids. -->Pinch A Little Save-A-Lot: Free Printable: Kids Chore Charts

Pinner says...This is the best (and fastest) way to tie shoes. I even teach the kids when I'm subbing. It blows their minds.

This is the best (and fastest) way to tie shoes. I even teach the kids when I'm subbing. It blows their minds.: to tie shoes. I even teach the kids when I'm subbing. It blows their minds.

Great idea for rewards for completing homework, music lesson practice, reading, chores, ect...

Your child receives a quarter each time she helps out. Then she can "buy" from the house "store." Teach her about money & responsibility.- I like the house store idea. And you buy the stuff yourself without taking them to the store & going wild!

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