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Stop yelling and start making them responsible. Colorful behavior chart for kids. They are never too old for one of these.

After 15 years of failed allowance systems and chore charts that were way too much work, I found an easy system that works for us.

Great idea for hard to teach behaviors such as emotional regulation, deescalating anxiety, resolving a conflict, etc. I would not use this type of token economy to reinforce easy expected behaviors such as manners and hygiene. I wouldn't want the boys to start "being good" to earn a reward.

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Create An Incentive Program That Works For You And Your Kids

DIY Tongue Depressor Chore Sticks. Fun Jar + Job Jar. (Ready to take chores online? Try FamZoo.com)

Calm Down Jar - A creative approach to time-out. Child first shakes the jar to get their frustrations out, then they're asked to wait until the glitter has all settled on the bottom. That's when time-out is over...maybe not just a good idea for kids.

Chore Sticks!As soon as the kiddos get home from school, they grab their jar & get to work on their chores. {Their “chores” also include things like eating a snack, homework, reading along with the usual chores like cleaning your room, putting your clothes away, etc…} Have them complete all their chores before dinner. It makes evenings a lot less stressful, & more family time.

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"good girl jars" - what a great idea to reward kids for good behavior! and you can do it for yourself too - a jar for eating healthy, a jar for going to the gym, all adds up to a trip to the spa or a little shopping spree!

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

Instead of giving kids an arbitrary allowance, they can pick what tasks they want to do and earn as much money as they choose. Dave Ramsey talks about this...very cool.

DIY "Caught Ya Being Good" goodie jar. Put a cotton ball, a marble or a pom-pom in the bowl every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. | (Ready to take it online? Try FamZoo.com)

Calming Jar- Tell the child that he/she needs a break and may return when everything has settled to the bottom of the jar.

The Almost Time Out Jar. The goal is that when they are feeling out of control, they shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up. This one is a really great technique to use in lieu of timeout.

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DIY 'Clean Up Your Act!' Punishment Jar Craft (Free Printables)

DIY Clean Up Your Act punishment jar how-to with free printable jar and craft stick labels | www.3Garnets2Sapphires.com

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Simple Chore and Reward System Your Kids Will Love + Free Printables

The first week of summer break brings to light the need for a little structure around our house. I’ve been using a new to us system for tasks and chores around the house with my older kids and it’s been really motivating for them, so I thought it might help some of you too. I’m... (read more...)