GOOD PUPPY Play Cash is a clean and safe way to reward or limit a child’s privileges. They can be awarded for good behavior or charged for chores not done. Start by assigning the children a weekly allowance, then divide that number by seven and give them that sum in Play Cash at the end of each day, according to their behavior, which could be assessed by the GOOD PUPPY Weekly Journal review. At the end of the week, you may switch the child’s Play Cash for actual money, a reward, or a GOOD PUPPY Gift Certificate, depending on age, preferences and circumstances.
INTROVERTS should get well planned long-term incentives they can work towards. Short term incentives will also reward introverted children and being noticed doing good will help them grow their self-esteem.
EXTROVERTS should get plenty of short term rewards that build up to a larger reward. Such as collecting Play Cash to add up the value of a toy or GOOD PUPPY Gift Certificate, fulfilling their need for immediate gratification while helping them work towards a long term goal.
To build this tool, print both sides of your GOOD PUPPY Play Cash. You may choose to print a single page with all nominations or a single nomination per page, then cut them out and put Roger to the test!