It’s that time of year again to get your family off to a fresh start. You can start dividing up your family chores with this easy-to-make Organization Box.
Here are some more fun, crafty ways to get your kids into the spirit of spring cleaning.
Sometimes doing chores can seem daunting.
These paint chips break big chores down into smaller tasks so kids can follow them step-by-step until they’re done.
Get the instructions here: Paint Chip Chore Chart
Move the magnets from your fridge door to these simple chore charts.
Pictures on the magnets make it clear to young ones what they need to do for each task.
Get the instructions here: Magnetic Chore Chart
Get crafty by making a scratch-off chore card.
All you need is some paint, brushes, dishwashing soap and contact paper!
Get the instructions here: Scratch-Off Chore Card
We love this portable chore chart on a ring!
Laminate the pages so each child can check off the items on their list with a dry erase marker — and easily wipe it off when all the chores are completed. Easy to tuck into purses, bags or even left hanging on a hook or the fridge.
Get the instructions here: Chore Chart on a Ring
Kids will know what chores they have left to do with this easy-to-make chore chart. All you need is paper and some magnets!
Get the instructions here: Fold-up Chore Chart
Spin this pinwheel to see who has to do what chore. This chart is great for families with multiple kids!
Get the instructions here: Pinwheel Chore Chart
For those moms who don't have time to DIY, we've got you covered.
Here's simple printable chore chart that categorizes chores by age group, so you don't even have to think twice.Illustrations by Justine Wong
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