It can be a challenge to get kids motivated to help out around the house, but getting kids to do their chores not only makes family life run smoother, it is essential to their own development and self-esteem! Don't miss these four simple steps you can take right now to create a chore chart that works. This in-depth post even includes four different types of printable chore charts, plus a helpful list of age-appropriate chores!
Easy DIY Kid’s Chores Chart. Instead of plain wood "markers", use little tins that can have a small treat in them. When they complete the chore, they get the treat. (Treat could be stickers or Squinkies or candy or a coin...instant allowance.)
Kids Checklist ~ This chart will help you to teach your child organization, even at a young age. Download iMOM's list or create your own with the blank customizable list. The custom feature of this tool allows you to type in your own list for what your children need to complete each morning and night.