Tired of repeating the same thing to your kids each day? Make your bed, brush your teeth or clean up your desk. You know if they used the time to argue about brushing their teeth, they could have gone and actually finished brushing their teeth but instead choose to give me reasons why they don’t need to do it. Having clean teeth is not horrible.
You definitely need a system so when the kids want to have their screen time, I can look at my list and see if everything has been checked off. This is why I created this Chore Chart Printable.
You can leave it on the wall or on the table for your child, you can allow them to check it off or add stickers whatever works for them. I like to place them in a page protector and have them check it off with a dry erase marker so I can reuse them each week.
I think it’s always a great idea to change things up and make things fun because chores are a bore and eventually rewards and stickers start to lose their appeal.
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The printable includes two printable pages and two editable pdf pages that you can type in and print out with Adobe Reader.
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Don’t want to create your own chore chart? Grab one of these more durable chore charts.
They can hang on your wall or some of them are magnetic so that they can stick to your fridge.
Since the kids are always looking for food in there anyways, it’s a good place to stick yoru chore chart.
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Whatever method you decide to use, make sure you remain consistent. Kids won’t actively seek out to do their own chores but build it into a routine and make sure your kids understand what is expected from them.
It will be tough at first but stick to it, the rewards are much greater.
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