Different Ways to KidCash

KidCash is as flexible as you are. We work hard to create as much value for you as we can dream up. Here are some of the different ways you can implement the system to get your creative juices flowing including our favorites, "The Reverse Psychology", "The Auction" and more. 

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The Bad, The Good, The Payday

a simple daily structure that makes teaching kids easy

This is the typical review process where you discuss what went wrong, followed by what went well, and then have a conversation about how it will impact their allowance. It's a structured way to reflect on their behavior and its consequences.

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Tune In, Talk More and Take Turns

talking to your kids can really impact their future

Stay engaged by paying close attention to what your child is expressing to you. Have conversations with your child using descriptive words to enhance their vocabulary. Foster interaction by encouraging your child to respond to your words and actions. This approach supports their language development and communication skills.

Learn more about Dr. Dana Suskind's ground-breaking research about why this is important at the Thirty Million Words Initiative.

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The Outside Opinion 

use videos to explain things in a visual engaging format

Reinforcing the same advice from multiple sources can be quite impactful. Following the review, you can complement the lesson by showing educational videos related to the topic you're trying to teach. This multi-modal approach can enhance their understanding and retention of the lesson. We have an entire collection of child-friendly videos for you here.

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The Notebook Review

create positive feedback loops to encourage effort at school

Set a regular time to review your child's notebook for opportunities to reward effort. During this session, you can also offer suggestions for ways they can improve or try things differently next time. This consistent feedback and encouragement help them learn and grow.

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Selflessness = Happiness

teach your children how to think of others

You can ask your child if the cause of the problem might be that they are thinking too much about themselves. Many violations can stem from some form of selfishness. By making them aware of this and teaching them to shift their focus outward, be empathetic, and help others, you can cultivate a mindset that will benefit them greatly in the future. This approach fosters empathy and a sense of responsibility towards others.

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Recent Testimonials


Danielle D. says...As a teacher, philanthropist, wife, and mother of a 12 year old boy with Aspergers...I can honestly say that KidCash is truly a blessing! Growing up, my son struggled with fairness and motivation to accomplish daily tasks. He...read more

A Must-Have Parenting Tool

Rolf L. says...This is the most innovative, ingenious, and NECESSARY tool in our upbringing arsenal! KidCash teaches our son discipline, the importance of earning and saving, the value of work, penalties for not following the rules, and overall structure. AND IT'S FUN...read more

The value of time, money and discipline in a box

Christina K. says...My LO is 3 1/2 and at first I thought she may be too young for Kid Cash. I am happy I started using it anyway. It is working wonders for us. She looks forward to saving "cash" for items. She is learning the valu...read more

KidCash is a great system that teaches responsibility, basic money skills, and budgeting

Tre H. says... The KidCash system has been amazing in our home. The children no longer "nag" for things...the change was basically overnight...read more

Excellent teaching tool for kids ages 2+

Karen E. says...This kit has all you need to teach kids how their actions translate to money which in turn buys things/activities they want. Many people wait until kids are older to teach dollar-sense, when in fact kids as young as 2yo are...read more

A Must Have for Any Parent!!! Stop the Arguments Now!!!

Patrick H. says...In our home, we use many reward systems, especially since we have an autistic child. KidCash is so much more than a reward system, it is a parent education system. This ...read more

Great Motivator

Marisa S. says...Kidcash is a terrific product. My kids love it. It really motivates my children to behave. They actually get excited about putting away their toys and making their beds.

It has been a life saver

Bethany Stout. says...We love our KidCash system in our house! Instead of making limiting junk food and device time a negative experience, it has made it fun and easy! I highly recommend this program to anyone with ... read more

Incredible learning tool!!

Jasmine B. says...Wonderful product!!! Discipline without me raising my voice or my blood pressure.
Easy to learn how to use for both the parent and child!! Glad someone finally came up with this!!

Takes reward and sticker charts to the next level

Melissa says...KidCash sets the foundation for us to build off. Really, it's almost like behavior therapy for M2. Her therapists have suggested various things in the past that KidCash helps us to incorporate and apply more...read more

arms children with the tools to become productive members of society

Maria C. says...As an educator and a mom, I can’t begin to describe to you how important it is to teach children how to be financially responsible early on and to encourage them to make...read more

We’re currently going through a bit of a power struggle with our threenager

Ashley says...We’ve instantly seen an improvement in attitude. She’s also so excited about her cash, she even brought it to the restaurant and when she ordered lemonade, she “paid” the waitress. I’m hopeful...read more