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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Introducing "My Job Chart"


How many parents out there are struggling with trying to get your children to be more organized, complete their chores on time, and take pride in their responsibilities?  I'm sure there are lots!  Our daughter is 18 and off at college now but it wasn't long ago that this was an issue in our household.  I sure wish I would've know about My Job Chart back then!

Have you heard of  it?  My Job Chart is the free, easy to use, online chore chart and reward system for teaching, organizing and motivating your kids to save, share and spend responsibly. Once signed up, for free of course, you can set up your family, assign chores, decide on rewards and get started.  Your children then log in to see what is expected of them each day.  As they complete the necessary chores they are able to cross them off their list & earn points in the process.  Those points can them be cashed in for prizes or rewards that you have set.

There are so many children comfortable with computer now and going online is fun & engaging.  I believe that this program is an awesome way to motivate your children to succeed at their chores.  My Job Chart gives parents the satisfaction of seeing their kids gain the foundation skills of a strong work ethic and financial responsibility.

I challenge all of you to check it out!  If you do, please come back and let me know what you think.  And be watching in the future as I plan on posting again about ways to use My Job Chart as a parenting tool!

Bye,
Lisa

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