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Chore Chart System

By March 17, 2020 Uncategorized

Our sister company Parenting Magic has this incredible chore chart system that we want to give you for free.

If you’re looking for a great way to have your kids help around the house, this is a great start.

Step One: Download the Chore Chart System

Step Two: Learn how to implement the Chore Chart System

It looks complex, but it’s quite simple. Take a look at the example page. You’ll see a picture of Noah.

  • Each day Noah completes his chore, him mom fills in a circle. (Only she fills it in so as not to encourage cheating.)
  • After seven days, Noah gets $3. These seven days don’t have to be consecutive.
  • After 28 days, Noah gets the prize he’s working towards.
  • Note: Remember to reward with things your family values (buying a book, a new set of art supplies, bike ride with mom/dad, going for a long hike, etc, set a dollar amount limit if needed). A picture/drawing of the prize goes in the box to the right.
  • Make assignments and paperclip them to the top right-hand corner. Noah gets a different assignment every couple of weeks.
  • Noah looks behind the cupboard door in the kitchen to find his list each day to best complete his assignment.

It will take a couple of weeks to become routine, but that is the long-term goal.

If you have questions or need clarifications, feel free to email info@STEDI.org. Title your email Chore Chart System.

Jessica Smith

About Jessica Smith

I am the Chief Education Officer at the Substitute Teaching Division of STEDI.org. I have worked as both a permanent teacher and a substitute teacher. Now I train thousands of substitute teachers nationwide through webinars, online, and onsite training.

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