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Eight magnet tokens with all the tasks children can help within the kitchen! Keep these tokens on your fridge and invite them to participate in daily tasks to help keep the kitchen nice and tidy.
The KITCHEN chores for kids wood and magnet tokens are so much fun!
These EIGHT physical tokens are daily activities in the kitchen your child can help with.
It’s nice for them to have a choice, you can agree together whether they have one, two, three or even more (for school has broken off) a day. Let them choose what they want to help with, and when they have done a job they can move it from the “to do” to the “done” area.
An eco-friendly production, these tokens won’t damage the environment too! We have sourced local wood, grown in Europe, and managed by the FSC. Moreover, the background paper is recycled. When sending these cute, handmade token to you, we use a box made from recycled card, and the tokens arrive in a cotton bag. No plastic whatsoever! We print and assemble by hand locally in the UK.
These tokens are perfect for a “do/done” type of chore chart – use these on a magnetic board, ideally a magnetic whiteboard type (such as https://amzn.to/2VZjAR1 or https://amzn.to/3irxwwq, https://amzn.to/3iwcPQh) to allow you to create whimsically “do/done” designs.
Chart not included, only eight tokens in a cute cotton bag.
Size: 4cm diameter, 0.3mm depth
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I’m Shiri, a mum of three teens and a former behaviour researcher. When my children became more independent I realised that there is so much to teach them outside of the school’s walls. I have used the tools I picked up with my specialty in habit formation and to make the experience more fun for them, have started developing visual aids, tokens etc. Since then I have also been talking about chores and sustainability for kids in various forums and workshops.
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