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As mamas settle into the school year, we also work to get our kids back on track with their own household responsibilities.
Here’s my philosophy on chore charts:
Do whatever works.
Once it stops working, do something else that works.
Once that stops working, do something else that works.
Repeat as needed.
Here are a few options if you’re looking for chore charts for your kids:
FREE – The printable chore chart I created that we’ve used for several years now. We aren’t completely consistent, but it works well for us every time we re-focus.
FREE – MyJobChart This is an online chore chart for kids that allows you to set up incentive systems. It’s free, but that is my affiliate link (which means I make a little $ when you sign up after following my link).
Connie from Smockity Frocks came up with this paint chip chore system for her family of 10. It’s a little more work intensive to put together, but SO visually appealing!
The Chore Jar is an e-book on sale through the end of September for only $1.
Easy Peasy Chores – This printable chore system is a PDF Download. It’s fairly expensive, but is a VERY detailed system with lots of pictures that’s customizable.
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