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9 Charts to Track You Children's Chores (Including a Few DIY)

May 30 2014 - 3:16am

Chores are a great way for kids to learn about responsibility and earn a few extra bucks, but sometimes kids have trouble completing them. While there are plenty of apps that help kids track their tasks [1], sometimes they may need a nonelectronic reminder. From DIY [2] creations to online finds, these old-fashioned chore charts are a guaranteed way to get stuff done around the house.

Source: Etsy user NixieKnoxDesigns [3]

DIY Dry Erase Chore Board

Grey House Harbor's dry erase chart [4] makes it easy for parents to change their tots' tasks as needed.

Source: Grey House Harbor [5]

Chalkboard Chore Tags

This custom chalkboard [6] ($15) helps everyone in the family keep track of their responsibilities.

Magnetic Chore Chart

Lemon Squeezy Home's magnetic chart [7] makes it easy for kids to "cross" things off their list as they are completed.

Source: Lemon Squeezy Home [8]

Morning and Night Chore Chart

A picture chart [9] ($28) makes it easier for little ones to keep track of their daily tasks.

Washi Tape Chore Sticks

Simply Kierste's colorful chore sticks [10] turn assigning chores into a fun game.

Source: Simply Kierste [11]

Magnetic Chore Wheel

As kids complete a chore, they can stick their initial on this magnetic chart [12] ($15).

Kids-Choose Chart

A Pretty Life's chore board [13] lets kids to decide which tasks they want to tackle, while allowing parents to pick the reward.

Source: A Pretty Life [14]

Printable Chore Charts

Parents can customize these downloadable charts [15] ($4) with their children's names and chores.

Chore Jars

The Winthrop Chronicles' mason jar chart [16] doubles as gorgeous DIY [17] decor.

Source: The Winthrop Chronicles [18]

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