Incentive Program Chore & Reward Printables

A couple of weeks ago I shared my post on creating an Incentive Program that works for you and your kids. We’ve had great luck with it!

Now, I have to be honest and say that I am bad about implementing it all the time. Once Sydney came along, I found it hard to add anything “extra” to our day and it was just day by day normal survival around here! haha! But, now that she’s older, we’re able to do more and we can add back in the extras. And, with Summer coming up, we’re going to need some incentive around here!

I wanted to share with you the jobs and the fun ideas that we use for our Incentive Program. Here’s a few ideas to get you started – but you can obviously personalize it to your own family! Some of the ideas are good for older children or for younger children with the help of an adult OR an older child.

Chores

Dust
Clean sinks
Sweep
Put away laundry
Organize books
Empty Bathroom Trash
Wipe baseboards
Organize Toys
Do a siblings chore
Wipe table
Clean bedroom
Tidy shoe area
Clean up playroom
Pull weeds
Pick up clothes
Clean pet bowls
Clean windows
Set the table
Fold laundry
Vacuum
Clean up bedroom closet
Ask mom or dad for a chore
TRADE chore with a sibling

Rewards/Fun

Build a fort
Make an edible necklace
Pizza night
Barns & Noble Book $5
McDonald’s Play Place
Dollar aisle treat $3
Make ice cream sundaes
McDonald’s trip
Date with mom or dad
Kid’s choice dinner night
Picnic in backyard
Trip to park of your choice
Bike ride
Bake cookies or a cake
Trip to feed ducks
Dad or mom does your chore
Trip to State Museum
Dessert choice
Board game night
Make homemade ice cream
Finger food meal
Go bowling
Trip to movie store
Bake cookies to deliver to a friend
Trip to buy crafts
Campfire and smores
Splash pad trip
Trip to the zoo

Here’s a link to each of the lists above that you can print out and then just cut strips and paste them on your Popsicle sticks FOR FREE!!!  

Incentive Chart Jobs

RewardsFun

If you have any ideas to add to the list, please leave them in the comments below!

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About Kasey Schwartz

Hi, I’m Kasey, Founder of All Things Mamma – where I am dishing up family favorite recipes that are easy to make with simple, everyday ingredients. Plus – tips and tricks for living your best life!

Comments

  1. You should add once “feeding the animals”

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