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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

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Make a chore jar for the kids-Make picking a chore fun! Download the sheets. Get all the instructions and printables

gems in a jar-rewards for good behavior, 10 gets a prize (cheap, $1 section stuff)... really thinking this might help, but I would think of different things as the rewards, like computer or video game minutes, staying up 10 minutes later at bedtime...

Gem Jars- positive behavior support at home. Also check out Gem Jars 2.0 on this site for how to incorporate this into earning an allowance (spend, save, give) as they get older.

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

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:)

Love this, since time out and/ or spanking haven't proven effective... Uh-Oh chores for when kids are naughty, whiney, tattle-taling, etc. Such a great idea!