Chart Chore Ticket System {free printables}


This is a weekly schedule that is fun with a printable children chart or chore 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.


EHprint Print Free File Here:
Chore Chart – Ticket System (13913 downloads) ,
Chore Chart - Colored Tickets (7531 downloads)

Chore Ticket System

Morning Routine:
Make bed
Brush teeth

Night Routine:
Take a bath

Once a Week Chores:
Feed Dog
Sweep floor
Laundry helper
Dishwasher helper
Vacuum helper
Set table
Family time
Clean Room
Clean up after yourself
Walk Dog
Blue Ribbon for:
Love & Respect
Good Behavior
Get along with siblings

Tickets given as Rewards:
Practicing Gymnastics – 1 ticket
Get along with brother – 2 tickets
Show love and respect – 2 tickets
Obeying the first time – 2 tickets
Cleaning up after play – 1 ticket
Playing in bedroom – 1 ticket
Calm and quiet in store – 8 tickets
Playing softly with dog – 2 tickets

Tickets taken away as Consequences:
Making a toy mess – 1 ticket taken away
Hitting – 2 tickets taken away
Sticking out tongue – 1 ticket taken away
Loud Voice (yelling) – 1 ticket taken away
Being a bad sport – 1 ticket taken away
Teasing – 1 ticket taken away
Lying – 2 tickets taken away
Repeating words over and over again – 1 ticket taken away


Tickets redeemable in Store:
Icee from Sonic – 20 tickets
Treat from store – 20 tickets
Out for lunch – 60 tickets
Rent X-box game – 60 tickets
Date with Mommy – 100 tickets
Date with Daddy – 100 tickets
New Toy – 400 tickets
Buy an X-box game – 800 tickets

Tickets redeemable as Rewards:
Park – 5 tickets
Library – 5 tickets
Gymnastics Class – 10 tickets
Pool – 10 tickets
Wednesday Movie – 20 tickets
Thursday Fun Day – 20 tickets
Lunch with Daddy – 40 tickets
Water Park – 400 tickets


Use these tickets as rewards or consequences, or make your own.  Make a different color ticket for each child to eliminate steeling and other such problems.

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  1. I love this chore chart. Could you email me the orgional file???My kids and I so NEED this:) Thanks!

    • Heather ~ Thank you so much for letting me know there was a problem downloading this free printable file. {knuckle bumps} I have fixed it. YAY! Simply click the link(s) under the TipJunkie image that says, “Click the links below to download and print” in this post above. It should take you to a PDF preview of the free printable so you’ll know if you want to print it now or download to save for later. Let me know if any issues persist. Again, I can’t thank you enough for letting me know and giving me time to re-build the site to fix the free printable. You ROCK!

  2. Shally – I made the file so you can just print it out as is. Just click on the file and it should print out for you no problem.

    If you want to make any changes, I used Microsoft Publisher and I can e-mail you the original file.

  3. I love this idea, but am not very computer saavy when it comes to making charts with cute photos and stuff. What program did you use to make this and is it easy to use?



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