13 of the Best Chore Charts for Kids: Chores are a great way to teach kids responsibility, independence, and self-sufficiency. Getting started with kids assigned chores can be challenging, but getting organized can help. Use one of these chore charts for kids to get started.
Are you sick of hearing "I'm Bored"? Check out this bright and fun Bored Jar. Half simple chores (designed for kids ages 4-10) and half fun, imaginative play ideas, plus some blanks for you to fill in your own (based on your child's age and interests)! Come grab your FREE PRINTABLE!
The first week of summer break brings to light the need for a little structure around our house. I’ve been using a new to us system for tasks and chores around the house with my older kids and it’s been really motivating for them, so I thought it might help some of you too. I’m... (read more...)
Clobber the Clutter with Kids by Mom Kat - "1) Get Organized! When a child knows where things go they are more likely to put it back. 2) Rules to Play by: One of the best rules that parents can learn from school, preschool, or daycare environments is the "one toy at a time" rule. 3) Make Cleaning Up a Game!" - ADD freeSources (Note: This chart isn't printable, but I found some using the Search option. - Chore charts, picture, and printables)