reward system based on 'real world' -- kids earn chips for good behaviors and chores, then turn them in for things they want. they also lose chips for behaviors that aren't acceptable. (this is the chart I created for my little nanny-kids)
Don't miss these four simple steps you can take right now to create a chore chart that works. This in-depth post even includes four different types of printable chore charts, plus a helpful list of age-appropriate chores!
Magnetic Chore Chart- perfect for after school craziness!- this is cute, but I wouldn't call it a "Chore" chart, more like a itinerary, which Anna loves now!, because I don't think being happy or homework should be considered as a "Chore"!