I recently discovered My Job Chart which is a free and easy to use online chore chart and reward system for kids! It is an organized way for teaching and motivating your kids to Save, Share and Spend responsibly. I loved the look and had to sign up to try it out myself! My 4 year old is very computer savvy and I thought this online job chart would be a great way to get him excited and self-motivated to help out more around the home! He has already saved up 250 points and redeemed two rewards! I hear throughout the day how he wants to login to his chart, which he is able to do himself with the bookmark on the desktop, and then check out his jobs to be able to earn some points!
Each day my son can earn up to 120 points based on the jobs I have assigned to him on his job chart including clean his room, brush his teeth, take a nap (this one needs some bribing!), and read a book, to name a few! You can set up jobs to occur every day, only one set day, or on a recurring basis on only the days you select. Then, arrange the jobs by daytime or nighttime jobs and assign your own point value for each job. You also manually set up the value of each point with the suggested start value of 1 cent per point. After you accumulate points your child can then go to the “My Store” section where they can assign their points to “Save”, “Share” or “Spend”. Once the points are assigned where they would like they can transfer their saved points over to their piggy bank and their share points can be assigned to donations or groups you have selected and set up for your child, I have included a church tithe under Share for my son. Then they can use their spend points to purchase the different rewards you have made available for them!
My son has been saving up his points to purchase the Melissa & Doug Bowling Set Reward, that was one of the suggested items offered that I was able to easily add to his rewards options. When your child does choose to redeem it you can purchase the item online through My Job Chart through Amazon.com or of course pick up the item in your local store. There are lots of reward options that include physical items or also other items that don’t come in a package such as “Dad Time”, “Skip a Job”, or even “Video game time”.
My Job Chart has been simple to set up and work with and I have found it to be a great help with my kids and responsibility teaching! My son feels so excited as he is able to check off the jobs he has completed and see what things he has left to do each day! This is an absolutely fabulous resource and what’s even better is it is absolutely free to use!
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