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  1. Melissa
    April 4, 2011

    We had a point system when our kids were younger as well. Now that they are teens the rule is just that they can’t do anything after school until homework and chores are done. Everyone is responsible for their own room, belongings around the house and laundry. In addition, they take turns with cleaning the kitchen/doing dishes.
    I also love your code of conduct. We have a similar thing that is based on respect..they are they rules of our home and there are five. Respect God, Respect parents, respect yourself, respect others, respect property. We have found over the years that pretty much everything falls into one of those categories. I love seeing how other parents do things and now that I have written a book in the comments I will shut up lol

    • Kat Robertson
      April 4, 2011

      :) haha Thanks honey — I love structure, which is funny because it’s never been something I was fond of until the last few years. Prior to then, I was a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants kind of chick LOL!!! By the way, I LOVESSSSS comment books haha!

  2. Tami
    April 5, 2011

    Thanks so much for posting this. I loved your video so much I actually took notes while watching it, LOL. Peace & Blessings :)

    • Kat Robertson
      April 5, 2011

      Well thanks for asking for a copy of it, because since I posted this article I realized SOOOO many people needed it :) Always glad to help!

  3. Todd
    February 3, 2014

    Where can I find the three-level tier to allow them to obtain certain rewards.

  4. Todd
    February 3, 2014

    Where is the three-level tier to allow them to obtain certain rewards?

  5. Tenyah
    October 12, 2014

    Hi there…I really think you are a phenomenal woman!!!! I downloaded your chore chart but I need a little clarification how the points are calculated please.

  6. Nikki Townsley
    December 6, 2014

    This information is AWESOME! Thankful SINGLE mother of 4!!!

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