Erin is a mom of two and has been with Today’s Mama for ten years. She is charged with finding and sharing all of the wonderful things the web has to offer. She is particularly fond of food, photography, printables, and funny things. She writes about losing weight in her Healthy Living for Mom series, and is chronicling her attempt to master her DSLR camera with her series, Big Girl Camera.

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Printable Service Jar Slips

Thanksgiving may be over, but that doesn’t mean the we have to let gratitude and giving service take a backseat. These sweet printable service jar slips are the perfect way to give your kiddos a way to contribute without feeling like Mrs. McNaggyPants.

A kiddo picks a slip and does a good deed. Once the jar is empty, the whole family celebrates with a reward. (We like ice cream, but maybe you like movies…feel free to make it your own.)

Nice timing, since we’re officially knee deep in the holiday season. A little service jar in your home may help those young hearts make the leap from gift-getting to gift-giving. 

Download all three sheets here. PDF file includes two pre-filled pages and one blank so you can customize according to your kid’s age and household chores/service ideas.

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Printable Service Jar Slips

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  2. Andrea 06/04/2012 at 2:10 pm

    Love this printable and the ideas you provided. Trying to teach the principle of service this summer to my children. This will give us a great start. Thank you for sharing your talents. : )

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  8. heather 11/25/2011 at 11:47 pm

    what a wonderful idea! i can’t wait to do this with my family! just beautiful 🙂

  9. stephanie peterson 11/25/2011 at 9:12 pm

    You know I love these! Thank you!