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    Gem Jars 2.0 -- way for family to manage behavior, chores, allowance, and more at home |

    • Juliana Jenkins Gaciarek

      Gem Jars behavior reward system. I love how this ties in to weekly allowance, including spend, give and save jars!

    • Ashley Gagel

      new for us friday: gem jars 2.0...might have to try the regular Jen jar for now then upgrade as boys get older.

    • Kaplan University

      Make good behavior and chores more desirable with a fun system like gem jars to earn allowance.

    • Anna Outten

      gem jars 2.0 -- easy behavior management tool for chores, allowance, and more

    • Natalie Templeton

      For when the kids get older and we introduce allowance: gem jars 2.0

    • Amy Lovello

      gem jars 2.0 behaivor and allowance management at home

    • Kassandra Soin

      Gem Allowance Jars

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