Printable Coupons for Kids - Use as Gifts, Rewards, or Bribes

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Coupon #1: Get Out of Time-Out Free

Coupon: Get Out of Time-Out Free

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and clip it along the dotted line. Give it to your child as a gift or reward and redeem it on demand to release your child from time-out jail. For more on time-out, read:

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Coupon #2: Good for 20 Minutes of Undivided Attention

Coupon: Good for 20 Minutes of Undivided Attention

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and clip it along the dotted line. Give it to your child as a gift or reward and redeem it on demand to give your child that important "together time" you always forget to schedule. For more on together time, read:

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Coupon #3: Good for 12 Readings of Your Favorite Story

Coupon: Good for 12 Readings of Your Favorite Story

Print this coupon and clip it along the dotted line. Give it to your child as a gift or reward and redeem it when your child demands repeated readings of that same story you are sooooo sick of. Check off one square for each reading until the coupon is done. For more book-related activities with your child, read:

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Coupon #4: Good for a 15 Minute Delay of Bedtime

Coupon: Good for a 15 Minute Delay of Bedtime

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and clip it along the dotted line. Give it to your child as a gift or reward and redeem it on demand to give your child a little more time before shut-eye. For more on bedtime, read:

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Coupon #5: Good for the Purchase of 10 Songs Online

Coupon: Good for the Purchase of 10 Songs Online

You can always buy your child an iTunes gift certificate and print it out online, but this purchase-on-presentation version gives you more control over what gets purchased when. Print it out and clip along the dotted line. Redeem it by buying your child 10 songs of his or her choosing all at once, or make checkmarks or hole-punches across the bottom each time a song is purchased until you reach 10. For more on using iTunes with your child, read:

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Coupon #6: Good for the Purchase of 5 Videos Online

Coupon: Good for the Purchase of 5 Videos Online

If your child loves downloading episodes of favorite TV shows from iTunes, this purchase-on-presentation coupon lets you give them as a gift or a reward for positive behavior -- and, unlike a pre-paid gift certificate, gives you control over what gets downloaded when. Print it out and clip along the dotted line. Redeem it by buying your child five videos of his or her choosing all at once, or make checkmarks or hole-punches across the bottom each time a video is purchased until you reach five. For more on using iTunes with your child, read:

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Coupon #7: Good for 15 Minutes Computer Time

Coupon: Good for 15 Minutes Computer Time

Rationing computer time is often an effective motivation to increase good behavior and decrease zombie-like staring at the screen. Print this coupon, clip it along the dotted line, and use it as a reward, or as a gift to let your child lift restrictions when desired. For more on your child's computer use, read:

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Coupon #8: Good for 30 Minutes Television Time

Coupon: Good for 30 Minutes Television Time

Rationing television time is often an effective motivation to increase good behavior and decrease endless MTV and Disney Channel viewing. Print this coupon, clip it along the dotted line, and use it as a reward, or as a gift to let your child lift TV restrictions when desired. For more on your child and TV watching, read:

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Coupon #9: Good for 15 Minutes Video Game Time

Coupon: Good for 15 Minutes Video Game Time

Rationing video game time is often an effective motivation to increase good behavior and decrease non-stop playing of Grand Theft Auto. Print this coupon, clip it along the dotted line, and use it as a reward, or as a gift to let your child lift restrictions when desired. For more on your child and video games, read:

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Coupon #10: Good for Skipping One Chore

Coupon: Good for Skipping One Chore

Print this coupon and clip it along the dotted line. Give it to your child as a gift or reward and redeem it on demand to release your child from one unloved chore. For more on your child and chores, read:

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