3. Choose Your Chore
If you have extremely motivated and responsible kids, then this may be a good system for you. You can also assign a value to chores, and make certain ones “pay out” more than others (i.e., scrubbing the bathtub pays $1, whereas taking out the trash is only $.50). You don’t have to give an allowance if you don’t want to- you’re the parents after all. Basically, use a variety of magnets to signify chores, and allow your kids to pick which chores and move them to their designated space on the chore board. There are tons of cute options you can buy on Etsy!