Getting in the busy back to school routine sometimes requires the kids to share more of the chore responsibilities athome as well. It is empowering for kids to feel successful when helping around the home, and teaches them very important life long skills. Here are a few suggestions for organizing your household chores and encouraging children to be involved.
My Little Gems made chore charts out of placemats. She gives great instructions on putting together your own.
Mom of 2 Dancers, and perhaps others, have discovered how to make work more fun with handipoints.320 Sycamore shares how they used chore cards for the summer, which would be easily adaptable for school year responsibilities.
Making The World Cuter shares their system for organizing chores and allowance money.
The Idea Room has a clever idea for making a magnetic chore chart. Check out her site for photos.Simple Mom has put together a chore chart for preschoolers. She shares the downloadable chart for free.
Button Makers also has a free Kids Chore Chart pdf available for download along with instructions on how to put it together.
Creating by Cami created the Ultimate Chore Chart out of laminated cardstock, fabric, and more. Cute and Colorful.
How Does She teaches the step by steps of making a chore chart that works for multiple kids in the same family.
Chores are fun - right??? Well, at least it looks like fun to put together the organizational system for assigning them!