My DD is 5 turning 6. However developmentally she's about 3 (GDD, ASD, medical history).
DD spent 1/2 of the easter holidays with her father and his family. During this stay, a reward chart has been started, and the reward at the end of the period is money. Anywhere between $2 and $10.
The 'jobs' DD needs to do to earn this money are 'picking up her toys', 'tidying her mess', things I believe a child should be doing with encouragement but not reward.
To me a reward such as pocket money should be reserved for chores above and beyond whats normally expected for self care. Eg, doing the dishes, mowing the lawn etc.
What do you think?