When children are involved in household chores, they’re more empathetic, less self-centered, and research shows that they will become more successful adults.
This is a 5-page downloadable PDF. Simply print it out. Fill in the blanks. Begin.
- Print it out weekly
- This chore chart includes blank spaces that you can write chores into. This keeps it flexible so you can change chores each week.
- There’s room at the top for your child to write his or her name. Use stickers, markers, colored pencils. Have fun personalizing it.
- Your child can x, check, or draw pictures in the boxes
- Some of the chores on my list are daily and others like “clean the hamster cage” are weekly. For non-daily chores, you could leave blank or pre-fill the boxes with color or checks.
- You can print this in color or black and white.
- Bonus: This PDF also includes a complete list of chore ideas for children ages 2-18.