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.
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! :)
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.