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20 Best Chore Charts for Kids

Keeping track of kids’ chores can sometimes be challenging. We love when kids are involved in the daily chores {have you seen our kids chores by age?}, but it has to be easy! (affiliate links included)

A chore chart for kids needs to work WITH your family…not be work for the family.

20 Creative Chore Charts for Kids

We have been highlighting all sorts of fun chore chart ideas on our FB page over the last few months. They are among our most shared items! I thought it would be a good idea to put all these ideas in one place to make it easier to find something that fits YOUR family.

Paint chip chart – It is colorful and completely customizable…and kids can help make it!

There is an app for that – Yep, this is my genius allowance solution that has been kid-tested in my home for 3 years.

Commission Reward Chart – You probably know who Dave Ramsey is by now and this reward chart is based off his principles.

Instant gratification chart – I love this idea so much! The reward is literally built-in to the chart so there is no haggling or negotiating!

Chore ring – another genius idea to have chores easily in hand and all in one place. It also is super cute!

Baking pan chart – I love, love, love this! Such a fun upcycle that makes a nice wallhanging.

Washi tape board – Set up as a “big helper” board, this is gorgeous and would be lovely to hang in the kitchen.

Chore sticks – Love this idea from Simply Kierste. They are preciously decorated craft sticks with chores on one end.

Magnetic chore system – This can be purchased from Etsy. It is completely precious and would make an amazing family gift {maybe for your own family}!

To-do board – Simple DIY system that is easy to understand and change as needed.

Spinning chore chart – Turn chore time into a game show. Could I love this any more? No!

Responsibility printable – This printable chart has daily duties, commission activities, bonus activities and even fines!

Work for hire – This is another instant gratification idea that is a super cute family job board.

Scratch-off chore chart – Geniusly fun! I think just making this homemade scratch-off would be 1/2 the fun.

Dry erase printable – Set up for back-to-school, but super cute for any day!

Ice cream chart – This is a fabric ice cream cone with multiple scoops. I think it could easily be made with colored paper and laminated if you don’t want to pull out the sewing machine.

 "20 Best Chore Charts for Kids"

Magnet photo chart – This is lovely, but you wouldn’t expect less from Martha Stewart!

Monster chart – The monster eats cookies each time a chore is crossed off its belly…too cute to explain!

Photographic chores – This is awesome. So awesome and I wish I had thought of it.

Button system – This is a fun idea that uses a shoe organizer and some buttons to keep everyone on track.

Chore dice – These homemade dice can be customized to your family’s needs…and then it is all in the roll!

Whew! That should keep your kids busy for awhile!

Please stop by our FB page and post a picture of what your family uses for keeping track of kids chores.

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