Monday, July 25, 2011

good deed cards

we don't really need an incentive to get our lunch at cafe rio. (love their pork salads)
but, filling up our punch cards and having them yell out "free meal" makes it so much more fun.

we thought it would be good to make some punch cards for the kids. 
hoping they will get excited every time they get their card punched for doing a good deed. eventually earning themselves a special treat.



like a one-on-one date with mom or dad,
a new toy they've had their eye on,
a trip to the movies
or a new shirt.

a little bribery never hurt anyone, right??

download cards here


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pin this. :)

 

57 comments:

  1. great idea-i could use this right about this time of summer vacation :) thanks for the sharing the printable!

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  2. What a fabulous idea! Thank you so much and hope you have a wonderful Monday. :)

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  3. Oh, I'm loving this idea, just fabulous! I think I need to whip these out today for my kiddos! Thanks!

    Megan

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  4. That is such a fun idea! Thanks for sharing!

    Britli
    bits-of-this-and-that.blogspot.com

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  5. AWESOME...so printing these out right now and introducing them tonight at family night!:)

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  6. Brilliant! I'm printing these out of my grandkids. I mean who doesn't need a little incentive to be nice in this hot weather!

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  7. Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

    Lauren

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  8. Good grief you ladies are genius! This is JUST what I've been needing. Thanks so much for sharing the printable!

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  9. Love this idea! Can I use one for myself to earn rewards too? Sharing with my FB fans! Love you guys!

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  10. What a great idea!!! I love this. I think I am going to use them in a notebook I am making.Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Such a great idea!! Thanks for sharing! Just downloaded :)

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  12. Thanks for sharing this great idea! I am going to try it out on my boys and if it works well I may even give it a try with my students.

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  13. This is soooo cute! Thanks for sharing. Now lets see if my boys can keep track of their cards :)

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  14. I.LOVE.THIS. Thanks so much!!!

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  15. LOVE this! Thanks so much!

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  16. This is a fabulous idea!!!! I had to pin it on Pinterest, I loved it so much!

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  17. Very good ideas! You win a punch!

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  18. This is the best idea, ever...I'm printing these as we speak (well, as I write anyway...;)) - just awesome - thank you so much for sharing them!

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  19. what a really cute idea. i can't wait to use this when my daughter is a bit older.

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  20. i just loooove this! our little reward chart isn't working so well, i think i will give this a try! thanks!

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  21. This is perfect, I was going to do something like this for my own kids. I want to teach them about doing nice things and helping out around the house... what a great approach to an award system.

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  22. Just when I did not think your ideas could get any better you came up with this one. My daughter is going to love it. Hopefully she will have a clean room & a punch in the near future. Thanks.

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  23. Wow ! this is a great idea. thank you so much !! I'm printing them right away :)

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  24. What a neat idea! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  25. Thanks for posting this! I'm new to your site and think it is so cute! Anyway, I printed these out and I gave them to the kids tonight to go with our FHE on service. Such a cute idea!

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  26. You girls have done it again! Thank you so much for sharing this! I am always looking for ways to encourage kindness in my boys. You could do a punch card for almost anything! Love it!!! xo, Reannah

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  27. Such a fantastic idea! Thanks for the share. Much appreciated.

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  28. You ladies are awesome!! This is brilliant

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  29. what a great idea! a little incentive never hurt anyone =)

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  30. Fantastic idea! Thank you for sharing with us.

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  31. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 4 post on Jul. 26, 2011. Thanks again.

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  32. not bribery... they are earning rewards :o)

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  33. What a genius idea. Thanks so much for sharing it!!

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  34. This is great!!
    I can use this for both of my little ones!

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  35. This is sooooo adorable! I love this idea and I can just picture little hands pulling these out of little purses and wallets to get their punch!! Too Cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  36. I love these and shared them on my blog!
    literacyminute.blogspot.com

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  37. I am soooo happy you made this! I need for my kiddos so bad! :)

    Filed at thecraftersfilebox.com.

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  38. Oh I love this, I just wish I'd found them earlier. This just might help make the last few weeks of summer a little more peaceful.

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  39. This is SUCH a great idea ~ not only for my jr high age kids but the little ones. I plan to print these out for mine but will also be suggesting these to my teacher friends.

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  40. I LOVE THIS!!! I could use them in my classroom, too! Thanks!!

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  41. LOVE these! Thanks so much!

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  42. You guys are AWESOME! Thanks for helping make each of our lives a little more fun and a little more doable!

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  43. found your good deed punch cards on pinterest. what a wonderful idea. thanks for the download!

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  44. Oh I love these -- thanks so much for sharing them with all of us!!!

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  45. I loved this ideas so much I featured you on Over the Big Moon today!

    http://overthebigmoon.blogspot.com/2011/09/pinterest-interests_15.html

    Thanks for the great idea!

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  46. what a wonderful incentive plan for kids! I've shared your post here: http://dollarstoremom.com/2012/01/make-a-good-deed-punch-card/

    Thank you!!

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  47. What an amazing idea! Thank you so much!!!

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  48. Hello, My name is Amy Greenberg and I am the co-founder of a website called The Grandparents Guide ( www.thegrandparentsguide.com). I would like to feature the good deed cards on my website. We are doing a week on manners and etiquette. We would provide a direct link to your site. Please contact me at amy@thegrandparentsguide.com if you are interested in partnering in this way.
    Thanks
    Amy Greenberg
    Co-Founder
    The Grandparents Guide

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  49. Just saw this on Pinterest and I am soooo making them for my 5 1/2 yr. old daughter and 3 yr. old son...my 7 mo. old son will have to wait ;)

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  50. Saw on pinterest and making them right now for my 4 kids. Great motivation to do something without being asked!

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  51. Saw on pinterest and making them right now for my 4 kids. Great motivation to do something without being asked!

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  52. I love these, thanks for sharing. I have been putting off making my own. I am so thankful I found these!

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  53. I'm going to use this idea with my little sister, mouahaha! Thanks you a lot I'm so thankful I found this idea!

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