Free Printable Chore Charts for Your Family

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Need a chore chart for your kids, teens or family? Here I have listed many different options for you to pick out a favorite printable chore chart… and they are all freebies. I firmly believe in using the internet to create or find free things for families. You just cannot beat the printables you can find all over the net.

Printable Chore Charts for Teens From me on About.com: Teen chore charts are a useful way to keep teens from getting frustrated. Often the hardest part of a chore is remembering that you need to do it. Hence, the reasoning behind a good chore chart. Teens are no different than adults in this respect as they have busy lives too.

Chore Jar If you are into crafting, this chore jar is awesome. Loaded with chore jobs and made so you can print out the color-coded stick covers and glue them on. I really like this idea, but if it seems like a chore to make, pick a different printable for your family.

DLTK’s Custom Chore Chart “Allows you to create and print a themed chart that you can hang on the fridge or wall to help remind your children of the chores they need to take care of. You add your own title to the chart and then customize the row and column headings. Choose a picture for the top of your chore chart from a variety of themes.” Has quite a few options, including holidays, princesses and Sponge Bob.

Printable Chore Chart From FamilyEducation.com: Type in the date, chore descriptions, and names on this interactive chore chart printable to get kids involved in helping around the house.

Chore Charts: Reward Systems Get Kids to Help Around the House Free printable chore charts that allow you to offer points or allowance as an incentive to get your kids to complete their chores. Children’s chore charts with images and stickers for younger kids are available too!

Printable Blank Chore Charts From Parents.com: Get those household chores done while helping kids succeed at new family responsibilities. Our blank chore charts to help you get started.

Age Appropriate Chore Charts From Sarah Aguirre, who runs a housekeeping site at About.com. She says: “It can be difficult to figure out what to expect from your child when it comes to chores. Are they really capable of helping to clean? Using this list of age appropriate chores you can review some guidelines to use when creating chore charts for your children.”

The Chore Chart that Kids Love and Chore Chart for Tweens and Teens Again, from GoForIt, where success is made simple: Parents have so much success using our free Chore Chart because it’s so fun & easy to use, kids are excited to do their chores on time, every time. Our Chore Chart for tweens & teens allows parents to easily set expectations in a way that gives older children the sense of independence that they’ll welcome … not resist.

My Job Chart Is the free, easy to use, online chore chart and reward system for organizing and motivating your kids to learn first hand how to Save, Share and Spend.

Chore Charts ChoreChart.com provides dozens of absolutely free chore charts for kids to download and print. Teach kids responsibility and the connection between hard work and rewards with printable reward charts.

Printable Chore Charts Includes weekly chore charts for the whole family and a task list to check off.

Blank Chore Charts From LovetoKnow Kids: Blank chore charts can be used creatively to help you organize your household. You can include your chores on it as well as what tasks you have assigned to your children. The chore chart can also be used for other purposes, too.

Chores for Kids & Blank Chore Charts From TheHouseholdPlanner.com: The Age Appropriate Chores for Kids gives you an idea of what chores are appropriate for what age groups and the Blank Chore Charts allow the kids to keep track of what they need to do!

Printable Chore Charts for Homeschoolers Free from ThatResourceSite.com: Getting children to learn and develop the virtue of orderliness and the skills associated with it can be a real challenge for some families. The sheets below were made with different ages in mind. Some have sample chores and others are blank for your own specialized uses.

Friday’s Freebie: Printable Chore Charts Another crafty one: Is designed to be printed on a letter-sized paper…but is 8×10 sized so it can be framed and used with a dry-erase marker, if you like. Or laminated with peel & stick magnets on the back for your refrigerator door.

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