Kids Daily Chore Chart - Free Printable

Summer is almost over and school will start for my kids in just a few weeks.  Which is great, because learning is important.  What isn't great?  Trying to get into the new routine of the school week.  It is really a struggle for us.  Maybe it is for your family too.  
Simple printable kids daily chore chart to help get your family organized and back into the routine of the school year.
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Last year I found that my kids having a simple daily chore chart really helped motivate them and recognize what they needed to get done each day.  Like in the mornings:  get up, get dressed, brush teeth, make bed.  In the afternoons:  read 20 minutes, play outside, do chores.  Perhaps my kids are the only "forgetful" ones.  But having a list really helped them to accomplish all the goals for the day, PLUS, helped me to get them back into a good routine.  I thought I'd share our free printable chore chart template with you in hopes that it will help your family get back into the school routine as well.


Simple printable kids daily chore chart to help get your family organized and back into the routine of the school year.

I've created 3 different printable kids chore charts.  The first one is for toddler/preschool age children.  The second is geared more towards school age children.  I also included a blank chart, so that you can make your own goals for each child.

Materials Needed
Free printable kids daily chore chart (subscribe to our resource library to get your free copy)
Clipboards
Command strips (these tend to work better, but you can use whichever you'd like)

Simple printable kids daily chore chart to help get your family organized and back into the routine of the school year.


Step 1 
Print out the free printable kids daily chore chart.  Fill in the child's name and any additional chores you'd like to add.

Step 2
This step is optional, but I'd suggest laminating each chart.  This way you can reuse the chart each week throughout the year.

Step 3
Attach command strip hooks to the wall wherever you'd like the kids chore chart to hang.  I have ours right outside our kitchen since we spend much of our time here.

Simple printable kids daily chore chart to help get your family organized and back into the routine of the school year.


Step 4
Place the kids daily chore chart on the clipboards and hang them from the command hooks.  

Step 5
Attach a dry erase marker to each clipboard with either a ribbon or velcro.  This step is also optional and may depend on if you trust your children with dry erase markers at eye level.

That's it!  Now each of your children have their own printable chore chart and can start taking more responsibility for themselves.  It might be a super simple step, but I was blown away last year by my kids and their willingness to fill out their chore chart and remind me of tasks they hadn't accomplished.  It was also great for me to be able to say "no, we can't watch a show.  You haven't finished your chores yet."  





Simple printable kids daily chore chart to help get your family organized and back into the routine of the school year.


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