Goal for it, is an excellent online resource that provides a variety of free solutions for personal success that are easy to use and can help bring more focus, balance and fulfillment into everyday living. Their simple-to-use Chore Charts and Behavior Charts help children of all ages learn essential skills in a fun and rewarding way.
The FREE Chore Charts and Behavior Charts impart many important lessons, including:
- Responsibility; A Chore Chart is an ideal way to help your kids feel like they are making a contribution to their family by doing their part around the house.
- Understanding right from wrong; Setting behavior goals is an important way to help children strengthen their character and judgment.
- Healthy Habits; Teaching good habits involving nutrition and physical activity are the cornerstone of prevent obesity in children and adolescents.
- Money Matters; The optional point system teaches children three important lessons for managing money; earning, spending and saving.
Setting up your account is free and really easy. You have the option of customizing your chore chart or behavioral chart to fit your child’s need/age.
Below is a few of the chores we added to Samantha’s chart. We have a problem with the girls making their beds and cleaning their room. We thought these chores would be perfect for them and of course adding in homework!
You can print the charts and have them in a place where the kids can mark off their chores, and you can also update your charts online at goalforit.com
You can set your charts for kids, tweens and teens. These charts are great and helping children learn accountability, and parents can use the moolah setting where kids can earn points and redeem their points for things. Either allowance or maybe a toy/treasure box, out to dinner, or a special treat. While I don’t think some items deserve to receive moolah I did add the option to earn a point with extra chores like folding laundry and cleaning the table after dinner.