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Children, for the most part, thrive on structure and visual cues. Asking kids to do chores can be a daunting task and sometimes it seems we have to fight tooth and nail for them to get anything done. Chore charts are a productive way to help show children what is expected of them and give them a feeling of accomplishment.
www.kristinshop.com, sells chore charts, among other things. She has sampled every product she sells to ensure that it does the job. She believes that the folders, journals, notepads and more are products that will help you streamline and simplify your daily tasks.
The chore charts that Kristin sells were created by her, and they are available in nine different designs. They sell for $12 and are available on her site, as well as on Amazon. Each pack has 50 individual, tear-off pages, and each sheet is good for one week.
Three people will each win a Chore Chart.
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