Here are 43 Chores Young Children Can Do with ease!
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Kind Words & TestimonialsThis is the best Chore System around! After trying numerous methods, I am so happy that I found the Job Jar. My kids (5 and 6) love choosing jobs from the jar and are excited to do their chores and get points for rewards. We had our first family meeting and everyone was excited to "play"...even us parents are participating! Your wonderful chore system has helped our family be more of a team when it comes to getting the chores done. Thank you for creating such a fun and motivating system that takes the "work" out of our daily "jobs"...truly the best chore system around! I highly recommend the Job Jar! - CaraMia ... who lives in the enchanted Redwood Forest of Northern California
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A Prayer for Mom’s & Dad’sNow I lay me down to sleep, I pray my sanity to keep. For if some peace I do not find, I'm pretty sure I'll lose my mind. I pray I find a little quiet Far from the daily family riot May I lie back -- not have to think about what they're stuffing down the sink, or who they're with, or where they're at and what they're doing to the cat. I pray for time all to myself (did something just fall off a shelf?) To cuddle in my nice, soft bed (Oh no, another goldfish -- dead!) Some silent moments for goodness sake (Did I just hear a window break?) And that I need not cook or clean -- (well heck, I've got the right to dream) Yes now I lay me down to sleep, I pray my wits about me keep, But as I look around I know -- I must have lost them long ago! - UCB Parents
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Posted by 225 Water Street on June 25, 2012
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