Chore Charts

I’ve had a few requests for some amazing chore charts! I’ve blogged about a couple already, but it’s worth it’s own post. So here goes!

Here’s what I do at home:

This is a weekly schedule that is fun with a ticket system which can be redeemed for store items or activity rewards. Tickets are given as rewards for chores and good behaviors. Tickets are taken away as consequences. The store contains items to purchase as well as fun activities to do.


Click here to print out and view the entire chore chart system on Tip Junkie Printables


Here’s the most beautiful Chore Pockets and Chore Tickets from Balancing Everything


Here’s Jodi’s funky chore chart.


Many’s Noah’s arc chore chart is such a great idea for little ones!


Casual Keystrokes made this chore chart using her kids pictures. This is a great idea for kids who are more visual learners.


Here’s Melanie’s version of a chore chart for her 5 year old.


Tamra made a star sticker version.


Here’s the Cat ‘n Craft Room’s magnetic chore chart.


Here’s a spin on the Family Home Evening chart – use it as a chore chart like The Shabby Spot.


Jeani made her chore chart out of a magnet board. Fabulous and functional!


Jennifer’s chore chart is so beautiful!


Shannon made her chore chart with vinyl and a magnetic strip.


Ines’ chore chart is easy!

Lastly, if you don’t want to make a fabulous job system yourself, you can purchase one from the Creative Homemakers blog.

Happy organizing and getting those to pull their fair share!

15 comments

  1. Haasiegirl

    These are seriously fabulous.

    trisha
    momdot

  2. lindsey

    all those ideas are fabulous..thanks for all your hardwork 😉

  3. Dustybug

    Oh goodness. I just came across your blog and believe that I feel an addiction coming on. WONDERFUL ideas!

  4. Michelle

    I love these! My son is only 1.5, but I’m filing these away for his future! (I’m sure he’s thrilled!) LOL

    Michelle
    http://www.everydaycelebrating.com

  5. Arin

    so many fun ideas to use..Here is another idea: Use punchcards-the kids get to pick out their own holepunch and get their card punched each time they do a chore or do something special…after 20 punches they get a reward- a friend over, movie rental, $1 store item..etc.

  6. The Blaisdell Family

    Thanks for compiling all of these. I have been working on getting one started for our family for several weeks now but just haven’t found what I want. This will definitely help right now. Thanks again for being the joy of my day:)

  7. Char

    Thanks so much for featuring my chore chart – but I have to say I love all of the others, too.

    You and your readers might like one of my other sites – http://www.printables4kids.com – lots of fun, free and original printables for kids of all ages.

  8. Mom's Musings

    Totally awesome. I must find my *favorite* one… lol…but I love them all. Maybe I can use all of them and get all of the chores done for a month! Thanks for sharing! 😉

  9. Melissa

    Some great ideas. Thanks for pushing back into the whole chore thing.

  10. Qtpies7

    What great ideas! I use a little collector’s card plastic sleeve sheet to put my children’s chores in. It is a work in progress, but it did work for awhile. Summer messes things up for us.

  11. Eat, Drink, & Sleep Preppy!

    This is fabulous! I will for sure be using on of these ideas for my family. Very smart and creative minds out there.

  12. irma

    VERY, VERY COOL

  13. Time Strapped Mom

    Great ideas! You’ve given me some things to think about as I revise our system.

  14. Kim

    I have a super cool chore charts system very similar to your Reward Ticket system. Check ’em out on the right-hand column of my blog… 🙂

    http://cleverhomemaking.blogspot.com/

    ~ Kim

  15. Mandy

    Hello

    I loves these very much and my sons should love it very much. Can you email us the original file ?

    Thanks
    Mandy

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