If you need a tool to allow your little ones to learn and become used to doing their chores, this is the perfect game for you. Is for two children with each one receiving their score. The table has 11 chores and 9 rewards, 70 stars to mark the achievements and a marker to write the days of the week, the name of the children and the stars that must be obtained in order to obtain the reward. Write the name of your children and the days of the week. Then choose 5 chores and place them in the column of chores to be performed. Write the number of stars that must be obtained in order to receive the reward. Finally, your children choose the prize that they want to win. You must invite them to place their stars during the week as they complete the chore assigned. We also recommend setting easier chores to start off with, gradually increasing their difficulty in order to increase the self esteem of the children playing. We have based this proposed classification of toys on recent studies and investigations, as well as recent domestic and international classification systems. Our proposal aims to be coherent, unified and practical at all times. 5. Reasoning: - Concrete: Ability to select forms, categories and objects, and then link them together. - Abstract: The ability of thought to systematically analyse the possible combinations of elements or ideas to discover specific relationships.