Quests can be anything from chores and exercising to learning and connecting with family instead of screens -- the tasks are endless!
In Joon, time spent in the game is a reflection of time spent doing productive things in real life. As your kids reach higher levels in the game, they'll become even more engaged with completing the chores you assign them, sticking to their responsibilities, and even begging you for more chores!
Teach your kids to love chores and even start doing more chores than you ask them to do. Our sophisticated game mechanics encourages your child to develop a willingness to contribute and take ownership of their chores for each day.
Add daily reminders, keep track of completed chores, and monitor their progress on a daily, weekly, and monthly schedule.
Your kids stay motivated to do chores by continuously unlocking new regions and special items that let them progress in the game.
See what a few other parents are saying about Joon
"I love Joon because, with Joon, the reward is the game. It's not buying them things or giving them money to stay motivated!"
"Joon is helping my kids think about others instead of only what's fun for them. It's just such a great life skill that I never thought a 4 year old could develop."
"Before Joon, I could never get my son Ihsan (9 y/o) to read. Now, he's reading 20 minutes every day!"
"The best part of Joon is the part that gets us closer, using technology to get the family closer and do activities together"
"My son uses Joon every week. It's been great in helping excite him to stick to his routine."
"All of my kids use Joon. It helps motivate them to do their homework, chores, and keep physically fit!"
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