Great Idea!!! This is a good way to teach a child to take care of what is theirs and be responsible for their messes. I am not sure that I'd give cash for the second item. I'd make them do a second chore or pay for second item with their cash. I did this as a teacher. Every item left in my room cost .25 to get back. All money collected went to a charity we voted on as a class.
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Pink and Green Mama: Preschool At Home: Toddler Cleaning Set - * a small Lint Roller * a Spray Bottle with Water (on fine mist setting) and a couple of drops of essential lavender oil *Some Rags (one cotton, one micro fiber) * A small Dust Pan and child-sized Sweeper * Sponge *Our "Dust Bunny" made from one of daddy's old partner-less gym socks and some sharpie marker embellishment!