Kid's Reward & Allowance Task List Pack
Pack of (6) Printable Weekly Reward & Allowance Task List Charts.
If your child is ready to handle a large list of daily to-dos, here is a printable checklist with a large list of 17 rows to fill in with your child's own tasks. It also includes a space to write the reward OR allowance amount to motivate them to complete their tasks, each day. Recommended for older children, tweens and teens (ages 8+)).
Includes (3) reward charts and (3) allowance charts.
This listing contains 6 pdf files in different, high resolution file 8.5" x 11" sheets, as well as a sample of suggested use for the chart.
Print, frame or laminate and reuse forever. Write on and wipe of with an erasable marker. Or print as many as you need.
This listing is DIY and an instant download. Print as many as you need for your children.
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