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Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Magnetic Responsibility Chart With 90 Magnets
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- Encourage good behavior with this wooden magnetic tracking-and-reward chart
- Includes a pair of fabric-hinged dry-erase boards (one with spaces to track seven goals, one blank for magnet storage)
- 90 magnets include behaviors (Clean Room, Set Table, No Teasing) and rewards (Well Done!, Excellent!, You're a Winner!)
- Chart has spaces for each day of the week
- Includes sturdy cord for hanging
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Empower Kids to Set and Fulfill Goals
Help them bring the best out in themselves! Children can work together with adults or alone to select and track behaviors and responsibilities and then receive rewards for their accomplishments. Just watch those good habits multiply with a small taste of success! The Magnetic Responsibility Chart helps children build confidence, self-esteem, and independence by empowering them to set and fulfill their own goals. Kids can open the dry-erase boards to reveal a behavior chart on one board, with the 90 magnets on the other, including illustrated responsibilities and behaviors (like Clean Room, Set Table, No Teasing) as well as smiling rewards (Well Done!, Excellent!, You're a Winner!) and even two blank magnets to personalize. The attached sturdy cord is ideal for hanging, and the fabric hinges ensure that it will remain durable for many responsible years to come.
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Catch children in the act of behaving well and reward them, then watch those good habits multiply! Open the fabric-hinged boards to reveal a behavior chart on one board, while the other board keeps all the magnets close at hand. A sturdy cord is attached for hanging. Dry-erase board and 90 magnets, including responsibilities, positive behaviors, and rewards.
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|Item Dimensions||1.2 x 11.7 x 15.6 in||15.6 x 0.9 x 11.7 in||0.6 x 16 x 12 in||13.1 x 16.2 x 0.9 in||0.5 x 11.8 x 15.6 in||13.5 x 16.5 x 1 in|
Top customer reviews
My 5 year old took to it right away as we placed all her responsibilities on the board. She was soooo excited and said I'm going to do that more, etc. She even added some resp. she usually wouldn't do, cuz she wanted to get more magnets; so at the end of the week we count them, assign a monetary allowance for each magnet earned (maybe 5 cents), and she can get a little toy or treat at end of week. I figured with 7 days a week and 10 resp. she could earn around 3.50 week; that's big to her right now!!
I chose this particular chart because I liked the format of it in terms of breaking out the chores by day. I also like that it's reusable and customizable. The magnet system allows you to change up the chores every week. I will also say that I think a lot of the chores printed on the magnets tend to be more appropriate for kids under 5. It's really basic stuff like brush your teeth and take a bath. I'm still using some really basic chores like "pick up toys" because my step-daughters were way behind where most kids heir ages would be. Their mom is a slob and their dad did everything for them. My main objective was teaching responsibility since it would actually be easier for me to do everything, but they are too old to be rewarded for combing their hair. I let them choose four pretty basic chores each week that they are expected to do, and then we use the bottom row for "bonus chores". Those are more difficult tasks that they can choose to help with if they want to earn extra money, or I'll tell them to add a smiley face to that row when I see them doing something especially nice for someone else or something that shows initiative. There are blank chore magnets that you can customize, I just write a chore on a small sticky note and cover up the original chore. I do this mostly for the almost 9 year old as she needs something a little more challenging. Her favorites are running the stick vac and watering the plants.
I bought one for each girl because there isn't enough room on one chart for more than one child unless they only have one or two chores. There also isn't a place to label a child's name to distinguish their chores from their sibling's.
I also removed the bottom part with all of the extra smiley faces & chores because it was so heavy and somewhat of an eyesore. We just lined the top and bottom with the smiley faces and we keep the chore magnets in a shoe box.
The girls love these charts. They love having responsibilities - no matter how small - and they feel so much pride and excitement when they get to place the smiley faces on there. I actually took them down for a week or two because my husband said that he only wanted his kids to do fun things during their time with us. They immediately noticed that they were gone and were very upset about it. They searched the entire house until they found them. I recently found out that their mom bought the exact same charts so that she could implement the same system at her house - LOL!!