ChoreFly Announces The Launch Of Its Positive Reinforcement Tool Aimed At Getting Kids To Do Chores
ChoreFly is a startup helping parents reward kids for chores with a point tracking application.
By: ChoreFly, Inc.
The ChoreFly application is a positive reinforcement tool for parents. It allows a parent or guardian to set up a chore list for things like chores, hygiene, and/or grades. Points are awarded to children when they complete a chore. Points can also be awarded as a bonus for whatever. It also allows them to set up custom real life rewards. These can include free things like a family game or movie night. Top rewards during beta were high five, movie nights, game nights, and cash allowance. Jayden Johnston was quoted as saying, "My favorite reward for doing chores is parent lunch date."
ChoreFly believes that doing chores helps teach kids the skills they will need to succeed in life. In addition it prepares children for life by teaching them that they will be rewarded for a job well done.
ChoreFly (https://chorefly.com) was built using serverless infrastructure. It uses serverless functions for the API and a static React based website for the front end. Serverless allows ChoreFly to provide the service very cost effectively. The application is monetized by a subscription fee and contains no ads. The service is not tied to any kind of prepaid cards like some competitors.
Ryan J. Johnston Sr. has had several start-ups in the past - both for profit and nonprofit. He was quoted as saying, "I enjoy working on ChoreFly. It's a fun start-up. We're going to provide an amazing application with amazing customer service."
ChoreFly is an application to help parents and children keep track of chores, hygiene tasks, grades, and more. It uses a positive reinforcement point system, to keep kids motivated to complete chores. A parent can choose which rewards to make available based on that same point system. ChoreFly helps instill that there are rewards for a job well done. ChoreFly is a family company located in Indianapolis, Indiana.