Hello everyone, I researched which chores cater to which age group for this design challenge and which rewards can be given to those specific age groups. So accordingly, I've designed this app for age groups 1-5. Based on that, I came up with seven screens. The 3rd screen is about the task assigned to the kid and the days they've to do along with the max rewards for each task. The 4th screen is about Task details which also has the option of a tutorial so that if a kid faces any problem, the app can show the tutorial on how to complete the task effectively. Since the kids are small for the reward screen, I've segregated it based on shop rewards and spin the wheel. If the kid is a toddler or pre-schooler, they can spin the wheel to claim their prizes. School-age children can shop for the reward. The last screen is about the Reminders as a notification to the kid and the parent. For kids, it is to complete the chore and reward the child for parents. The iteration process is still going on. I hope you liked the design and the idea behind it. Please feel free to give your feedback. Thank you
Hello everyone, I researched which chores cater to which age group for this design challenge and which rewards can be given to those specific age groups. So accordingly, I've designed this app for age groups 1-5. Based on that, I came up with seven screens. The 3rd screen is about the task assigned to the kid and the days they've to do along with the max rewards for each task. The 4th screen is about Task details which also has the option of a tutorial so that if a kid faces any problem, the app can show the tutorial on how to complete the task effectively. Since the kids are small for the reward screen, I've segregated it based on shop rewards and spin the wheel. If the kid is a toddler or pre-schooler, they can spin the wheel to claim their prizes. School-age children can shop for the reward. The last screen is about the Reminders as a notification to the kid and the parent. For kids, it is to complete the chore and reward the child for parents. The iteration process is still going on. I hope you liked the design and the idea behind it. Please feel free to give your feedback. Thank you

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