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I'm a huge fan of the behavior jar to reward good behavior. Dazzling Deeds - good behavior jars {mama♥miss} ©2012

Chore sticks. I did something like this and it works like a charm. The boys use it as a competition to see who gets more sticks in the done jar everyday.

Chore Sticks - Easy way to help the kids get their chores done using a mason jar & painted popsicle sticks. You paint one end of the stick & then flip i…

Pick-A-Chore. Some chore sticks say, "Relax, no chores today" or "Switch a chore with your sibling" Why not make it a game? :) You could even add rewards to the back, for a job well done.

great idea if I do say so myself :) my idea for kids behavior jars

The Marble Jar Allowance System: Behavior and Responsibility Reward Jar - It's A Fabulous Life

start the new year with a new behavior system that builds on the positive and helps establish routines!

OMG. I have all the materials for this (because the chore jar sticks I wanted to do didn't work out). Gonna have to use this. free chore stick printables.

31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled. Not to do "allowance" for chores, but rather teach chores/responsibilities as how they contribute to family. Interesting perspective.

super cute chore jar. kids feel like they have some choice in the matter :)...i did a variation of this. i bought colored large craft sticks and color coded them by length of chore (blue are 5 min chores, orange are 15 min chores, etc...). i wrote the chores on the sticks with a sharpie. so far so good. my 9 year old lives for the "relax no chore today" stick:)