Now that you have all printed your free printable chore charts, the “sanity saver” I have for you today is to make a Chore Chart Command Center so you have a functional way to display them. You don’t want your chore charts be “outta site, outta mind”, but you also don’t want an eye sore!
The idea I am using this summer is a simple dry-erase board.
I used some vinyl lettering to distinguish spots for certain lists, but I left enough room to stick our chore charts to the board with a magnet.
I have a space for our daily schedule, outlining exactly when mealtimes and snack times are because my kids like to ask for something to eat whenever they are bored.
I have a space to outline our weekly calendar so the kids know what activities they can look forward to:
I have a space for my To Do List, because I am a list maker:
Underneath each printable chore chart, I have a place to write-in my kid’s weekly chores- the ones they rotate each week:
Here is what the board looks like as a clean slate:
Stay tuned for one last “sanity saver” next week where I will show you how I keep snack times from being chaotic and taking over our entire summer!