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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.

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Chore Sticks

Chore Sticks - Easy way to help the kids get their chores done using a mason jar & painted popsicle sticks. You paint one end of the stick & then flip i…

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Chore Sticks

Chore Sticks :: Hometalk. Easy way to help the kids get their chores done using a mason jar & painted popsicle sticks. You paint one end of the stick & then flip it around when that chore is done. When all the colored ends are pointing up...your chores are done! :)

from Mary Organizes

Chore Sticks: A Child-Friendly Approach To Chores

pick a stick everyday that has one chore on it, complete that chore, and then flip it color side down, reset with a new week

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from Mary Organizes

Chore Sticks: A Child-Friendly Approach To Chores

Chore sticks for kids: Put them in a jar and pick one each day...what's not done at week's end is finished together on Saturday.

Chore sticks. Each kid has a color. Chore written on stick. They flip the stick when chore completed. When all color sides are up, chores are done and they can go play.

from Hometalk

Chore Sticks

Chore Sticks - Easy way to help the kids get their chores done using a mason jar & painted popsicle sticks. You paint one end of the stick & then flip i…

from Wondermom Wannabe

Printable Kid Coupons

Trying out a chore stick system in our house for the kid. The men folk in my house need a "list" to see that things need to be done around here.

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Fur trade era knife made by Jeff White.This particular one is the mini "Nessmuk",with a 3" blade.It's ideal for skinning small game,gutting fish,and small camp chores like slicing meat and veggies,and basic cutting.Could be used for carving feather sticks used as tinder.Not for big jobs though.

from Mary Organizes

Chore Sticks: A Child-Friendly Approach To Chores

Chore sticks for kids: Put them in a jar and pick one each day...what's not done at week's end is finished together on Saturday.

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