Chore Sticks via Clean Mama - list of chores. there's a weekly chore checklist that goes with it. That could be the part where you dictate what has to be done when - maybe make my own chart (how hard can that be?
As soon as the kiddos get home from school, they grab their jar and get to work on their chores. "Chores” can also include things like eating a snack, homework, reading, etc. as well as the usual chores.
Chore Jar for kids. Put chores on a stick or whatever, and they have to move one from the "to do" jar to the "done" jar. Once they're all in the "done" jar they get a punch or two in their Chore Punch Card.
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