A: Though LeapSpring is relatively new the people behind it have been working with parents and kids for many years. The company now has two apps – My Job Chart and Zingity – that are designed to provide families with possible solutions to typical kid problems.
A: My Job Chart is the fastest-growing website for parents interested in having their kids know about earning, spending, saving and sharing money. My Job Chart modernized the old “chore chart” by using the latest technology to get kids to help around the house and learn basic principles about money along the way. My Job Chart teaches responsibility, accountability and money management to kids 5 to 15, but also allows kids to help others by supporting charities.
A: The newest product from LeapSping and the only app with activities tied to specific character traits. Just like a child learns sportsmanship by playing sports or determination by not quitting, Zingity instills certain character traits by completing various activities. Along the way, kids also earn points, badges and other rewards.
A: The apps are free to download and begin using. While My Job Chart is completely free, Zingity does have some items that can be purchased inside the app.
A: Working with charities is one of the foundations of our organization. We believe it’s important for kids to be good givers by supporting charities with either time or money. We partner with charities to provide our members a small snapshot of the charities that can be helped. Our members can work with these organizations or insert ones they want.
A: The ideal range is 5-15, but we believe there is more than enough to do in both apps for kids younger or older.
A: My Job Chart is currently available in both formats. Zingity will be available immediately in IOS and about a month later for Android mobile devices.
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A father of six, Gregg is a certified financial planner and consultant who has become a leading advocate for sound parenting, family accountability and financial literacy. He first developed My Job Chart when he found nothing available to help teach his kids the necessary financial principles they would need as adults. He was named Chairman of 2014 “Smart Money Week” for the state of Arizona and the National Financial Educators Council 2014 Financial Education Instructor of the Year. In 2014, he took his family on a pair of RV trips to help struggling families and non-profit organizations that help others. Overall, they traveled nearly 10,000 miles and stopped to help in 22 different cities from coast-to-coast in just 31 days.
As a father of three, Mike knows the challenges of career and family first hand. Prior to joining LeapSpring, Mike served as the Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications for LifeLock. During his tenure there, he helped transform LifeLock into one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S., for which he was honored with an International Business Award. Mike has nearly 30 years of public relations, marketing and strategic business experience in both corporate and sports arenas. It’s his unique background that drives his passion for building winning teams, playing fair and setting a game plan to outscore the opposition.
Mike, the father of seven, has a broad base of technical and business experience in the discipline of software design and technology application development. His technology base experience comes from ventures in banking, direct marketing, justice, retail, construction, insurance, warehouse management, supply-chain, logistics, Internet services, e-learning, and digital media. During his career, he has advised or worked for Andersen Consulting, Apple Computer, MicroAge, SkyMall, KnowledgeNet and WebPT.