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Kenson Kids "I Can Do It" Reward and Responsibility Chart, 11 X 15.5-Inch

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  • There are 20 different, colorful chores and behaviors to choose from in your chart!
  • It comes with 45 reusable plastic stars that kids love to earn!
  • It has strong magnetic strips to hold it securely to any metal surface, like your refrigerator and hang tabs so it can go anywhere!
  • The sturdy plastic stars and chores attach easily with hook and loop coins so they stay in place.
  • Colorful pictures aid young children in understanding the tasks.
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Having trouble getting your kids to pick up after themselves or do their homework? Wouldn't you love to hear please and thank you more often? The "I Can Do It!" Reward Chart can help! This chart gives parents the tools to help raise more responsible and independent children. It includes 20 different chores, 45 reward stars, and is made for years of use. We offer additional chores and behaviors (sold separately) so that the chart can grow with your child, totaling over 75 tasks! Unlike other chore charts the "I Can Do It!" Magnetic Reward and Responsibility Chart is easy to use and has fun colorful pictures to go along with the tasks. Parenting books have been stressing the benefits of motivating your child to engage in positive actions rather than trying to control their behavior for years. The "I Can Do It!" Chart brings this lesson to life. Chores/Behaviors include Get dressed, Go potty, Brush your teeth, No whining, Get along with others, Good manners at the table, Make bed, Set the table, Help with dishes, Go to bed and stay in bed, Good manners while others are on the phone, Say please and thank you, No mean words, No yelling, Eat your veggies, No harming others, Feed pets, Share your toys, Water the plants, Clean your mess, as well as 3 Blank labels. This chart measures 11" by 15.5". The sturdy plastic stars and chores attach easily with hook and loop closures so they stay in place and the chart itself features strong magnetic strips to hold it securely to any metal surface, including refrigerators. It also includes hang tabs so you can take it anywhere!

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Brand Name Kenson Kids
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 11 x 0.2 x 15.5 inches
Item model number KPS-RE103
Manufacturer Part Number KPS-RE103

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ASIN B00ULVNT10
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4.6 out of 5 stars 345 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,091 in Office Products (See top 100)
#26 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Learning
#76 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education
Shipping Weight 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available May 27, 2008

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By D. V. Ho-Slomiany on September 18, 2009
I have bought several different types of charts over the years (like putting stickers onto little 5" x 5" paper charts - You all know what I'm talking about) I think this one is the best. Although I did not purchase this from Amazon.com

The task squares and stars are velcro so they can change, be removed or added depending on how you teach your child or what you are specifically working on at that time. The task squares have pictures on them with the wording underneath.

At my daughter's school, they start the kids off every day positively with a "green". When they misbehave, they have to "pull" the green card or apple. I have chosen to do the same with the stars on her chart. She starts off (she is six) with all her stars because there is no reason why she can't to do everything that is on the chart. When she fails to complete a task or misbehaves after one warning, she will have to pull a star off.

If you decide to teach in this method, you will need extra stars. Go directly to the website of the manufacturer ([...]) to order more. You can also order a whole array of other task squares that will fit into your childs needs. I also have a four year old who has different tasks that he needs to work on. He needs to work more on being nice, listening and not to whine. When he receives so many stars, he receives a reward.

Which brings me to my next positive about this product. There are also blank task squares. You can write, draw or print out a picture of the reward or a specific task not available. This is great because our little guy loves to play with his DS or the Wii. Usually it's a weekend reward but if he's really good, he can play for 30 minutes during the school week.
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I had a tough time deciding between the Melissa and Doug chart and this one. I bought the Melissa and Doug because it was cheaper. I just wasn't happy with it. The magnets were a pain, it was heavy to hang on the wall, so I went back and purchased this one. It's PERFECT! I HIGHLY recommend it don't waste your money on any others!
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like that it illustrates tasks for kids who can't read yet, but some of the tasks are confusing. for example, the one that says "good table manners" on the square has an illustration of a boy eating w/ his hands w/ food everywhere. so I'm explaining good table manners butshowing this pic, to my son who is 4 years old. A few of them are like this in the supplemental packs. In the Behavior and Complaining pkg, there's one that says "Use kind words" but the pic. shows an angry child expressing mean words to another child who is sad because of those words-it doesn't make sense. However, the structure of the chart is simple and most of the illustrations are consistent w/ the task.
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This product was the best I found when searching online for a chore chart. Seems to be well worth the money. I realize that you could just use your own whiteboard/wipe off chart, but Kids Like Stars!

It was very easy to switch my 2 1/2 year old daughter from getting stickers as a potty reward to getting these plastic stars. And things we were trying to encourage like making her bed, helping with the laundry, picking up her toys, and staying in her own bed all night had their own card too. (I purchased the supplemental "Chores" add on.)

Pro: durable stars, flexible chores list, great child buy-in! Also it is a good size, big enough to be visible, but doesn't take over the door. The box for "# of stars" and "Reward" keeps me accountable to follow through on a promised reward, hard to forget when its right there in black and white. No problems with the chart staying up on the door with the magnetic strips that came with it.

Con: Even with a 2 year old I was wishing I had another row or 2 of chores (6 chores can be tracked at a time), perhaps if the rows were not as tall another one or 2 could have been fit in. So you might need to still do some of your other reward system tracking.

FYI - I don't think I looked close enough to realize that it was not just a star each time you do something (regardless of which day), but one column for each day of the week. So it can be confusing with things you want them to do more than once a day. We had to decide that she got a star for brushing her teeth in the morning, but wouldn't get a second star for brushing them at night too for example. Try explaining that to a 2 year old :)
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We have been using the I Can Do It reward chart for both our boys for two years now. We used it at first to address problem behaviors and then as they got older we use them for their chores, so that we don't have to remind them everyday what they are expected to do. They just look at the chart and do it! Occasionally if a behavior problem creeps up on us we just add it to the chart and it's usually resolved in days.
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We started this with our 8 yr old boy last year, and we've used it almmost every night since (after teeth brushing, we do stars for the day). I also bought two extension packs (school and chores) so we have a lot of options to choose from. We use it by picking the areas that need the most work and using those for a number of weeks until those actions are mastered or become routine, whether that's going to bed and staying in bed, brushing teeth, picking up, etc. The best part is it's focused on rewards and positive encouragement, rather than punishing and taking away.

The colorful pictures and stick-on stars combined with the reward system keep him engaged. We offer a reward at the end of every week if he meets a certain number of stars, and he does not get a star if something isn't done (this gives him the freedom of choice, while teaching that every choice has a consequence). We rarely take stars away because we find that positive encouragement is enough of an incentive (skeptical? we had an EXTREMELY difficult time getting him to do simple tasks, getting him to stop whining, stay in bed, and more problems for YEARS until we implemented this system, but we've seen a HUGE improvement after using this consistently and correctly). When you start getting into punishment, everyone loses their cool and there's no good ending. This system makes it a win-win for everyone.
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