What is the difference between a one-time chore and a weekly chore?

A one-time chore is a single chore with a single due date. It does not need to be repeated on a regular basis. For example, “Wash the Car” could be a one-time chore and so could “Clean the Garage.”  With a one-time chore, you must choose a due date in order for your child to receive the monetary reward you've chosen for completing the one-time chore. 

Weekly chores are chores that will be repeated. These chores can be selected from a list of standard chores or by creating a custom chore of your own. You can also choose to connect weekly chores to allowance. This will give you the option of paying a percentage of allowance based on your child’s chore completion - or only paying allowance if all weekly chores are completed.

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