How about separate jars. Chore jar, reward jar, consequence jar. Pick a chore, then pick a reward if they do it or consequence if they don't. Reward and consequence jars can be used for other things too.
Consequence Jar, ideas for consequences. Should also do a rewards jar. Not sure if I completely like the idea of a "consequence" jar but I understand the logic behind it and some of the consequences are pretty funny. May try..!
When kids don't follow the rules...they can pick from the consequence jar! Just use a peanut butter container and let them decorate it. Come up with your own appropriate consequences to put inside. :-)
The Consequence Jar. That sounds pretty ominous, doesn't it? It's actually very effective at our house. It is a magical jar that saves me from loosing my mind and voice daily. The jar is full of little tasks the kids have to perform. Some... #behaviorchart #behaviorconsequences #behaviorrewards
Kids pick a "consequence" from the blue slip jar. If they pick "Mercy," they don't have to do a chore. Instead, they have a few minutes of quiet time to think about how God gives us mercy even when we don't deserve it. :: delia creates: Pin Test: Parenting With Glitter and Blue Slips