Introducing the Chore Pad HD App (Review and Giveaway)

The Chore Pad HD App is the answer for busy moms who want to use a chore chart and reward system for their children. Instead of paper charts and the hassle of rewriting, checking off chores and using stickers, you create your own customizable chart for each member of your family with just a few taps and some typing on your iPad. Included are templates, icons for chores, stars and trophies which make it pleasing to the eye and fun for your kids.

Chore Pad HD app

Open up Chore Pad in Parent mode which is password protected. Start off by creating a card for each person. Add their name and a photo if you’d like. Next assign specific chores, the days they need to be completed and the intervals (weekly, daily). Then choose the star value for each chore. For example, making the bed may equal one star while a more difficult chore like cleaning the bathroom may equal 10 stars.Then decide on the rewards when various levels are reached.

Easily tap on the chore when it’s done and watch the checkmark and stars appear. If a chore isn’t done, stars can be removed. Even Mom and Dad can include themselves and their chores so the whole family sees that working together makes your household run smoothly. Chore Pad HD would work well for homeschoolers who assign lessons as well as chores. Even classrooms use this app.

Chore Pad is also available on the web and the app is easily synced to the online version. Syncing is available for for the iPad and iPhone apps as well and automatic backups save your information. The Chore Pad HD app makes managing chores a breeze.

Win the Chore Pad HD App for your iPad or iPhone/iTouch – OR – a 3-Month Subscription to Chore Pad Web

We have an exciting collection of prizes for this giveaway.

  • Five (5) readers will win the Chore Pad HD app for iPad
  • Five (5) readers will win the Chore Pad HD app for iPhone/iTouch
  • One (1) reader will win a 3-month subscription to Chore Pad Web

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Comments

  1. Angela Williams says

    I would use it with my kids to show them they can be organized with school, chores, activities, etc by using it

  2. says

    We don’t yet have a chore chart, so just having one will be a big help. My 4 year old does not have set chores, but this school year (PreK), I’d like for her to.

  3. bonnie wilson says

    This is absolutely what I need to help organize and keep chores,etc together and in one place. I seem to lose a few of the sticky notes placed throughout the house and it would make life so much easier with my sons chores and schoolwork and other schedules. I wouldn’t know how to react if I was actually this organized.

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