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Sign up for My Job Chart — a FREE online chore chart program for kids!

Have you heard of My Job Chart? It’s a free, easy-to-use, online chore chart and reward system for organizing and motivating your kids to learn first hand how to Save, Share, and Spend.

We have used this program in the past when we had some children who were feeling unmotivated to do their chores. We were amazed at how well it worked and would definitely recommend it!

You can sign up for it for free here. And if you’ve used it before, I’d love to hear your thoughts on it, too!

Thanks, Motherhood on a Dime!

Also, check out my post with 5 FREE downloadable Chore Charts.

(Note: The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

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  1. says

    I love this site you posted about!! I been looking for something like this that was free, so I would not have to make a new one every week or month and print it out!

    Thanks a bunch,

    Angie Marcum

  2. Amber Meshberger says

    I started using it for my son several years ago. I’ve now added my younger two, including my four year old. It was strange to adjust to an online chart, but it really makes keeping track of chores and points so much easier. Once a week we go through an organize his earnings into three groups, save, share and spend. I only pay in whole dollar amounts, so there is no searching for coins.

  3. Michelle says

    I have been using My Job Chart this summer while my kids are at home. It has worked really good! My kids have yet to complain about being bored and they know exactly what is expected of them. We love it!

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