Gem Jars 2.0 -- way for family to manage behavior, chores, allowance, and more at home | teachmama.com
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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...
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.
chore charts...The kids painted their own chore charts and we added a painted clothespin in the bottom right hand corner to clip notes or money to. The girls also added a flower to the top.