Practical Parenting Ideas: Chore Chart Printables for Kids

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Chore Chart Printables for Kids

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One of our New Year's resolutions for 2015 is to keep our home better organized. As part of this goal we're trying to help the kids do their part with cleaning. Asking for their help with this or that has made them feel like we're nagging, so we've decided it's time to set specific chores they're responsible for, along with some motivation!

I love this free Coloring Chore Chart on And We Play for my toddler since she doesn't know how to read yet. We're planning to laminate it and give her Crayola Dry Erase Crayons so we can reuse it every day. She might also like doing the chore chart below that has pictures along with the words.

For the older two, we're planning to use these free printable charts from Live Well Spending Less. The list of age-appropriate chores has given us a good start. I think we'll mostly use the Daily Chore Chart (laminated) along with the Chore Cash Cards, but would love to use the Popsicle Stick Chores at some point, too. The kids are especially excited to earn dollars- I may need to set some sort of a daily limit!

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