Today I have some handy cleaning checklists for kids. These are so helpful for busy parents! If you’ve ever had trouble keeping your kids on track with their chores, these will help.
Cleaning Checklists For Kids
How many times do you ask your kids to complete a chore, only to have them report back less than ten minutes later with a half-done job? Sometimes it’s hard to tell them otherwise when they’re proud of finishing. The best way to ensure that their chores get done right is to make sure you explain what you want, and provide a check list to help them. Here are some great cleaning checklists for kids of all ages.
Some cleaning checklists are great because they stay with cleaning kits for specific household chores. Laminate them and have kids mark off each task as they go along. Get free printables of these kit lists for every room of the house here from Must Have Mom.
You’re A Star
These editable, weekly chore charts and activity lists help your kid feel like a star! If your child loves to get star stickers, they’ll love this. You can access this file at Etsy.
If you like to make your own cleaning checklist for your kids but need some cute stickers for it, try these Tidy Up hand-lettered stickers. They’re so cute!
Paint Chip Checklists
Add some fun color to chore time with paint chips. Simply write each task–or the steps for a task– on each color shade to make directions super easy to follow! Find this colorful idea on Decluttering Your Life.
Chores By Picture
Make chores easier for littles with age appropriate chore cards. The pictures help your child decipher exactly what they need to do. This one helps your child clean up his bedroom. Get the printable here!
Pick A Card, Any Card
I love these awesome chore cleaning cards! Each card covers the things that need to be done in each room of your home. Have each family member pick one randomly, and the card tells them what needs to be done. Get your own at Etsy!
Like pushing buttons on the elevator, there’s something about moving magnets on a chart that kids find really exciting. This is one chore chart idea that’ll really stick with your kids.
Make jobs more fun with colorful charts you can edit and print right at home. Get the downloads here.
Which of these cleaning checklists for kids is your favorite? Now here are 8 ways to get your kids to clean–without bribing them!