Chore Pad Motivates Kids To Do Their Chores

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Featured Apps by:  Nannek

Chore Pad – Nannek – $2.99
– Chore Pad HD – Nannek – $4.99
– Chore Pad Web – Nannek – $1.99/mo.

Available For:  iPad/iPhone/Web

Category: Education Apps

 

Featured App: Chore Pad

 

Chore Pad HD is a powerful, fun tool for motivating your kids to complete chores. Each child completes their assigned chores to earn stars, which are redeemable for rewards that you create! Give bonus stars for a job well done or penalty stars to let your child know they should strive to do better.

Chore Pad HD’s beautiful artwork is fully optimized for the iPad Retina Display.

Check out Chore Pad on the iPhone and iPod touch for the same great features in a smaller form factor.

Also available in Web format.

 

Chore Pad: Screenshots

 

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Chore Pad Stats

 

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Read More About This Award-Winning Chores App

 

Read Autism Plugged In’s Full Review of ChorePad HERE 

 

For more information, please visit Nannek or “Like” ChorePad on Facebook!

 

Want to Get These Apps?

These apps are available for download at the App Store:

– Chore Pad – Nannek – $2.99
– Chore Pad HD – Nannek – $4.99
– Chore Pad Web – Nannek – $1.99/mo.

 

We’d like to thank Chore Pad’s Developer – Nannek for generously donating to Autism Plugged In’s 5K Run for Scholarships.  Their donation will go a long way toward helping students with autism get vocational training or a college education!

Jack Kieffer Organization for Autism Research Fundraiser
You can help, too! Read More Here 

 

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