There are so many amazing tools on the Internet to utilize and keep your home working like a well-oiled machine. And we just found another. These 15 printable chore charts will keep the kiddos helpful. There are all kinds to choose from, depending on your needs and your children. Have them do the dishes for a week and then switch with a sibling. You can also use some that provide incidents for remaining a helping part of the fam. Take a look!
Sincerely, Sara D. starts us off with a simplistic chore chart that will get the job done. It’s easy to personalize and you can even break down jobs according to weeks and days. You can even add some color to it if you’d like and are feelin’ creative.
Design Eat Repeat has a goal-oriented chore chart up their sleeves. With a bout of color and a cute slogan, your kiddos will be doing all the chores for the cupcakes all week long – which is exactly what parents want!
This one is a bit simplistic as well. Both adults and children alike can use it and all you have to do is visit A Pair of Pears to print it off!
Ask Anna has a few child-oriented designs featured. We’re especially fond of this rocketship piece that the little ones will most definitely adore, especially if you’re printing off different sheets for different kids. You may have a few fighting over this one.
This one is great for larger families and for multiple moving parts throughout the weeks. Homeschool On has a printable chore chart that will work for the entire family. Just print it out, fill it up, and stick it on the fridge.
Sarah Halstead has a trellis-printed chore printable (say that three times fast) that we’re really digging as well. If you’re looking for a fun design, this is the one to go to. The kids won’t miss it when it’s hung up!
Print off different ones for each member of the family. Everyone will get their own colors to keep track of their chores with. Check out the details at Sunny Day Family.
Design Eat Repeat has another super simple one up for grabs. It has a bit of color but it’s just an easy piece of paper to keep track of the daily have-to’s on. Snag it now, after the jump!
This set-up from Over the Big Moon is perfect for our littlest little ones. Instead of words, there are pictures they can follow (if they can’t read yet) and still get their daily choices done. Print it off now after your visit!
Some parents may use a reward system throughout their chore chart. And that’s exactly what you get with this one from Frugal Fanatic. It too has a great design for our little ones to enjoy!
This printable comes in two forms – one with a more masculine color palette and the other with a more feminine. Print off what inspires you best! All you have to do is visit Pinch A Little Save-A-Lot to grab one for yourself.
12. Star Wars
Anyone love Stars Wars – or at least their kids do? If so, we have an extra special treat for you in the form of a chore chart with their fav fantasy displayed. Visit The Star Wars Mom for the details.
Fab N’ Free has a chart that you can use for all kinds of things. It’s one of the more versatile designs on the list and one that can be the most multipurposful as well. Start printing tonight!
Every Tuesday has a chore chart that breaks down the adventures into importance. You’ve got must do’s and the ones on the board to conquer if there’s time left in the days or weeks. Check out more like these after you click the link!
15. Colorful Dots
We’re loving these polka-dot printables as well. It has a funkier, youthful style than some of the others and that inspires us to get our to-do’s done with a bit more cheer. Check it out at Busy Mommy Media.