Have you been using chore charts to get your kids to help around the house? Today on the blog, I am posting two freshly created free printable charts for chores that you can download and print. =)
Well, we’ve all heard about the importance of giving chores to build our children’s characters. That when children do have a set of chores to do at home, they tend to have higher self-esteem, they become more responsible… and so on– some important factors that contribute to greater success in school.
What chores do you assign your kids to do? Right in our little abode, we’re already training the preschooler to do some simple chores. We ask Kyle to clean his own mess, pack away his toys, wash his own plate sometimes, etc. So far, he’s enjoying all these, I hope the excitement sustains as he grows bigger and bigger!hahaha =)
Okay then on to the chore charts. As usual, right click to save and print the images. These are created to be printed on a short size (11×8.5) paper.
DAILY CHORE CHART1
This printable chart for chores is really simple. Just write your children’s names and the chores you assign them to do per day.
DAILY CHORE CHART 2
The second chore chart allows you to give daily points to your kids which can be rewarded later on. Some parents however wouldn’t want to tie rewards to chores as they think kids should help around the house because they are part of the family (I agree!). Other parents, however, want the reward system because they think that it’s a great way to make their children understand that if chores are not done or completed, no compensation will be received — a work ethic that they want to instill in their kids. As this is a personal call, I’ll leave it up to you. Anyhow, here’s a chore chart just in case you want to use it. =)
I hope you can use these chore charts! Have a great weekend! =)