I am trying to keep it fresh & exciting for Super Jacob, my little ADHD poster child (o: So, last weekend I put together a new reward system.

The Supermom Ticket System!

We started using the new system on Monday & the boys think, "it totally rocks!"
The Superboys are able to earn tickets for chores, grades & good behavior. Then they trade their tickets in for super cool rewards.

They are keeping their tickets in these tiny little storage boxes I bought at Office Max.

I want to marry these little boxes!

Earning tickets is super easy!

Complete Morning Chores ~ 2 tickets
Toilet Duty ~ 1 ticket
Make Bed ~ 1 ticket
Unload the Dishwasher ~ 1 ticket
Load the Dishwasher ~ 1 ticket
Help with Laundry ~ 1 ticket
Vacuum the House ~ 3 tickets
Clean the Garage ~ 10 tickets
Sweep Outside ~ 10 tickets
Weed ~ 10 tickets
Complete Schoolwork (getting ONLY A’s & B’s) ~ 3 tickets
Get 100% on a Quiz or a Test ~ 2 tickets
Read a Book of Choice for 1 Hour ~ 2 tickets
Read the Bible for 30 Minutes ~ 2 tickets


Rockin' rewards!

Play video games for 1 Hour ~ 10 tickets
Watch Television for 2 Hours ~ 10 tickets
Play Computer Games for 1 Hour ~ 5 tickets
Stay Up 1 Hour Past Bedtime ~ 10 tickets
Rent a Movie ~ 30 tickets
Rent a Video Game ~ 40 tickets
Go to the Library ~ 20 tickets
Go to the Movies ~ 100 tickets
Go Bowling ~ 100 tickets
Eat Junk Food for Lunch (Fast Food) ~ 50 tickets
Get an Ice Cream Treat ~ 50 tickets
Get a Free Day (from school) ~ 200 tickets


Freebies!

Playing with toys, board games, drawing, playing outside & listening to music is free!


We are also allowing them to share tickets, hoping to encourage comradery (o:

And, as with the Discipline Ladder, there still is a sub zero zone, for those really bad days )o:

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