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 , sometimes they may need a nonelectronic reminder. From DIY  creations to online finds, these old-fashioned chore charts are a guaranteed way to get stuff done around the house.
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DIY Dry Erase Chore Board
Grey House Harbor's dry erase chart  makes it easy for parents to change their tots' tasks as needed.
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Chalkboard Chore Tags
This custom chalkboard  ($15) helps everyone in the family keep track of their responsibilities.
Magnetic Chore Chart
Lemon Squeezy Home's magnetic chart  makes it easy for kids to "cross" things off their list as they are completed.
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Morning and Night Chore Chart
A picture chart  ($28) makes it easier for little ones to keep track of their daily tasks.
Washi Tape Chore Sticks
Simply Kierste's colorful chore sticks  turn assigning chores into a fun game.
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Magnetic Chore Wheel
As kids complete a chore, they can stick their initial on this magnetic chart  ($15).
A Pretty Life's chore board  lets kids to decide which tasks they want to tackle, while allowing parents to pick the reward.
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Printable Chore Charts
Parents can customize these downloadable charts  ($4) with their children's names and chores.
The Winthrop Chronicles' mason jar chart  doubles as gorgeous DIY  decor.
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