Chore charts for kids are great! Many kids respond well to chore charts. Instead of fighting your children to get their tasks done, they’ll be excited to earn a checkmark in the proper box. Age-appropriate chore charts ensure that your kids are learning how to clean and take care of things when they’re ready to do so. Check out these awesome chore chart ideas for kids!
Chore Chart Ideas For Kids
The Classic Chore Chart
The best chore charts for kids are simple and easy to use, which makes a classic charting system one that you should consider implementing. With this chart, your kids can help you decide what kind of tasks to put on the list. This may include things that are tough for them to remember, items like brushing their teeth, putting away laundry and cleaning the bathroom. Once your kids complete a chore to your satisfaction, reward them by putting a completion sticker in the chore box.
Spin the Wheel
To give your chore chart a game show feel, make a Spin the Wheel version. Constructing this type of chore chart is easy. Just purchase an affordable Lazy Susan from Amazon and some spray paint. You may also want to download a few chore-based templates to give your spinning chart a little pizzazz. Use several different colors to enhance its look. Then, add chore images for the spinner to land on. This type of chart is exciting and fun to use.
Cookie Sheet Chart
Chore charts for multiple kids come in all forms. One popular option is to make cookie sheet chore charts. If you want to make this type of chart, collect several metal cookie sheets, a bag or two of magnets and a laminator. Print out a chore chart with pictures that you can laminate and glue to the back of your magnets. Create separate sides. One side is for unfinished chores while the other is for the chores that your kids complete. Your kids are sure to have fun moving the magnets from one side to the other as they finish their tasks.
Scratch Off Chore Chart
To increase your child’s enjoyment of doing chores, make a scratch off chore chart. If you decide to go with this type of chore chart, then plan to put one together weekly or monthly. To make one, you’ll need cardstock, metallic acrylic craft paint, a paint brush and dishwashing liquid. Affordable cardstock is available from Scrapbook. A scratch off chore chart gives you the opportunity to make household tasks even more fun by making the chores a surprise. Your child doesn’t have to know what jobs he or she will be doing until the square is scratched off.
We came across ideas at Clean Mama, No Time for Flash Cards and All Things Thrifty. Which one of these chore chart ideas for kids will you try? Fore more chore chart ideas, check out my post on age appropriate chores for all kids.