MyJobChart: Free Online Chore Chart and Reward System

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Once again, it's time for New Year's resolutions! One thing that is always on the list -to find more ways to motivate and engage our kids.  And that is where My Job Chart comes in!
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.  It is an easy way for parents to assign chores that are motivating and meaningful while facilitating fun, engaging, hands-on learning for kids. It gives parents the satisfaction of seeing their kids gain the foundation skills of a strong work ethic and financial responsibility.

Here's how it works:
1. Sign-up and create accounts for you and your children
2. Login and assign chores daily, weekly, or monthly for each child. Choose a chore from their list, or create your own!
3. As each child completes a chore, they can login and check it off of their list.  Once it has been completed, you will be notified (via email or text message). With each chore completed, the children earn an alloted amount of points.  Each point is worth one cent - which they can share with charities, spend on special items, or save for something big later!
Our kids are growing up in a digital age, so they have love this technology-based program. It has helped them learn the value of a dollar - and it is so fun to see them get excited as they earn points (and rewards!). Their work ethic and desire to help around the house has increased, and we have been able to have great educational conversations about the importance of managing money.
With 287,316 members and hundreds more joining each day, you are sure to see results with this program. Suze Orman, international financial guru, adds My Job Chart as "revolutionary family resource" and with tutorials to help you along every step of the way, it's easy to use!  Join today to start motivating and engaging your kids!
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