Jeni sent me this fantastic job chart she set up for her 5 year old. She attached this explanation. "Sara is required to do the top 3 jobs (making her bed, clean up toys, and pick up dirty laundry) everyday and gets 10 cents for each job. Then she can choose from the jobs below. Some days I'll have her do 2-3 extra jobs, sometimes just 1. It just depends on what we're doing that day. Unloading the dishwasher is only 10 cents because she just does the silverware. I liked the setting the table clipart because it shows clearly where everything is supposed to go. There's a little story with it (The fork is a princess trapped in a tower and the prince or spoon has to fight the gaurd or knife and swim through the alligator pond to rescue her). The last category is if I ask her to do a big job and she does it, or if she thinks of a big job herself and does it well. This hangs on our fridge and she uses a marker to check off when she's done a job. Then we erase the checks as I pay her the money for that day. If we forget to pay her one day she just makes another check by the chore for the next day as she does them...then I know what I owe her by how many checks there are. "