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Crystal's Craft Spot: Chore Jars

Crystal's Craft Spot: Chore Jars

Quarters for the month. Take one away each day chores are not done. At the end of the month, exchange any quarters for dollars.

Quarters for the month: Bed Making

I love this - Neat rewards system. 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.

For chores

Chore Pins/Magnets- Kids choose the job and how much it's worth. At the end of the week, total amount is how much allowance they receive. Maybe at the end of the week if there are some left divide them up for no pay, that way they all get done.

I will do this for the kids when they start kindergarten, a letter on the first day of school until graduating 12th grade :)

Write a letter to your child or grandchild each year and include money for grad gift. I like this idea of writing a letter, and even adding money, but I think it'd be better to go longer than a grad gift. Wedding, first home, first child?

This will be an affordable and cute way to help the boys learn save, tithe, spend. Using envelopes now (no fun) and had been eying special banks (expensive).

Love these money saver jars to teach kids about giving/saving/spending. We actually use 4 jars. One to collect the money as we get it, then the 3 that we sort it into when we count it.

Cute Chore Chart

Magnetic Chore Chart - Love the idea of the kids picking what chores they want for the day

Instant Gratification Chore Charts Saved My Sanity

Instant Gratification Chore Charts

I was tired of nagging my kids to do their chores. These simple homemade Instant Gratification Chore Charts Saved My Sanity and made my kids happy too!

This is a guide about how can kids and young adults make money? Children and young adults often have difficulty finding ways to make some money for things they would like to buy or for savings.

How Can Kids and Young Adults Make Money?

9 things we should get rid of to help our kids. A must read for every parent! Really Read this! If more parents did this, well kids would defiantly act different.

Chore chart not cutting it? Sick of the kid's never helping around the house? Try this: Get a pack of ping pong balls. Write different chores on each ball. Each family member chooses a ball, completes the task, then chooses another one. After 30 minutes, whoever has the most balls gets a prize - like a no-chores day, or gets to pick a movie. Someday...

Good idea for kids. Clutter Busting Game using ping pong balls-Each person chooses a ball, completes the task, then chooses another one. After 30 minutes, whoever has the most balls gets a prize -- like a no-chores day, or gets to pick a movie.

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