Simple Chore and Reward System: As children complete chores, they move the chore stick to the ‘done’ jar and place a marble from the ‘Good Deeds Marble’ jar into the ‘Rewards’ jar. Once the ‘Rewards’ jar is full, celebrate your children’s good deeds with a new toy, a special meal, day trip to a favorite spot, or any other favorite activity. Additional marbles can be added for good behavior, good deeds, on any time children make a special effort to be helpful or well-behaved.
I decided my kids need more accountability for how much screen time they get.... So I made these Popsicle sticks... And now... They are seriously fighting over who gets to do what chores... Wow... Smh... At least I will have a clean house!! #momwin
The stylish DIY chore chart will look great in your home and help distribute chores—better yet—responsibility. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Wooden Letters and Paint, glue, paintbrushes, wooden sticks, Washi tape and a chalkboard marker. It’s the perfect way to make parents happy and kids a bit less bummed about doing chores.
Teaching our kids the value of work is not an easy task, but a very important one nonetheless. The lessons we use to motivate our kids towards completing something that has been assigned to them will carry them on through …
Tired of fighting with your kids over chores? Check out this simple DIY chore system for kids that works so well, they may even beg you for more things to do! No fancy stuff or DIY-talent required, “Chore Sticks” is easy peasy to set up. Plus get your free printable chart here too!