In an effort to help control the mess and to keep their productivity level up, I designed these chore charts for kids that parents can print and change as often as they need to!
I have found that itemizing chores for younger kids can really make cleaning more fun. If I have a chart with only 3 things for my kids to do everyday, their chores get boring a lot faster. And that means they don’t finish entire tasks, and then chore charts become useless. With a big list of small tasks, children have more to mark off and they are motivated and also encouraged as they see progress.
With this in mind, I made a chart where I could list everything they need to get done every day. And rather than writing clean your room, I list all the tasks that need to be done in their room: make your bed, pick up your toys, put your laundry away, etc. All of their chores are organized into 4 categories – good hygiene, bedroom, home, and misc. tasks to complete. These chore charts have been so successful in my home, I thought I’d share them with you too!
Chore Charts for Kids
- printable chore charts (download here)
- pen or pencil
- laminator or plastic sheet protector
- dry-erase marker
- First. download and print the chore chart for kids.
- Then, fill out the chores you’d like your kids to complete.
- Next, laminate each chart, or place it in a plastic sheet protector.
- Lastly, display the chart where your kids can access it. Then, let them mark off their completed tasks each day with a dry erase marker.
And that’s it!
So simple, your house is going to be tidy in no time!