kid's responsibility board$48.00
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Job Well Done
Teaching your children responsibility and money management can be a daunting task, and the popular wisdom on the subject is always changing. Should you give them an allowance? Pay them for their chores? How do you get them to save, rather than spending their money as soon as they get it?
This inventive responsibility station provides a practical way to establish positive life habits in your children. A dry erase chart allows you to list your child's regular daily chores. Once those are completed, the child can draw additional responsibilities from the "Choose a Chore" bucket, for which you determine a monetary payment. Children are responsible for turning in their weekly "paycheck" from the included pad to receive their money. Three zipper pouches, marked "Save It", "Spend It" and "Give It", create an opportunity for kids to practice using their money responsibly. The sturdy, wall-mounted set has a cheery, homespun aesthetic that helps to reinforce a positive attitude toward work responsibility.
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- 100% recycled paper label stock, metal, vinyl, magnet, wood
- Board: 16" H x 16" W x 2" D
- Includes: galvanized metal pegboard (1), metal pegboard hooks (5), metal bucket with matte adhesive label (1), wooden craft sticks (20), magnet (1), paper notepad (1), vinyl coin purses (3)
Click here to see the Kid's Responsibility Board Guide.
Hang with supplied hardware. Edges of board are very sharp - an adult must unpack and hang this item. Once hung, the edges will be flush to the wall, so the edges should no longer be an issue.
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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