Kid Friendly: 20+ Chore Charts and Ideas for Kids

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Over 20 Chore Charts for Kids

One of our family resolutions for the year is to get back to being more organized. It seems like we always start the school year off on the right foot, but our routine is usually a big giant mess by the holidays. Can you feel my pain? To get us back on track, we’re starting with assigned chores for the kids. We’ve used many chore chart methods in the past, some charts working better than other for us. Sometimes I like to switch things up if I see that the kids are slacking (or my level of nagging increases). I recommend trying one out for at least a week to see if it works for your family. If it doesn’t, move on to the next method. Here’s a roundup of over 20+ chore charts and ideas to help you get organized too.

DIY Magnetic Chore Chart by See Vanessa Craft

Editable Chore Chart Printable – Cleaning Schedule Chore Chart by What’s Up Fagans?

How to Create Your Own Chore Store & Help Kids Earn Their Toys by Must Have Mom

Summer Chores by Dukes & Duchesses

Free Printable Chore Cards: I Can Help by Kori at Home


Dry Erase Morning Task Charts by Gluesticks 

How to Make Chore Time Into a Fun Game for Kids by School Time Snippets

My Weekly Chores Chart by Kori at Home

Ways for Kids to Earn Money Around the House by Real Life At Home

I’m Cleaning Untangled + Free Printable Chore Chart by Making of a Mom


An Interactive Lego Chore Chart by Twitchetts

Mom’s Ransom Toy Bucket by See Vanessa Craft

10 Chores for Preschoolers & A Printable Chore Chart by Honey & Lime

Free Printable Kids Chore Charts by You Brew My Tea

DIY Chore Boards for Kids by I Should Be Mopping The Floor


Improve Your Family Life With a Basic Kids Chore Chart by What’s Up Fagans?

Write On / Wipe Off Chore Charts by Stephanie O’Dea

Printable Princess Chore Charts by Gluesticks

Kid Friendly: Back to School Morning Routine Chart by See Vanessa Craft

Ticket Chore Jar by A Pumpkin & A Princess

Morning-RoutineDo you have any tried and true ways to get your kids more involved in daily household tasks? Tell us your secrets!

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Welcome to See Vanessa Craft! I’m Vanessa, an MSSW and mom of two in Arizona, and I’m happy you’re here to get inspired with me. It’s my mission in life to spread creativity through crafts, recipes, travel and more in order to live a life well lived.