Chore is a necessity at our house. I found that as my kids got older I had to switch up our chore charts. We have been using and loving this Daily List Chore Chart for Kids. Keeps them on task and gives them motivation get everything done.
There are a few times during the year that I long for routine. Back to school is a huge one for me. Wether it’s at the end of summer, or after a school break, this mom is ready for life to get back to normal.
I made these chore charts to help make my life easier. I tire of barking orders at the kids and love having a way for them to know what needs to be done. If they ask if they can play, I simply refer them to this Daily List Chore Chart. I don’t even have to answer because they know if they can play or not. It works like a charm, most days.
I found a template like this on Pinterest. I searched for ever trying to find the source. No luck. So I decided to design my own. I made the colors match our other chore charts and Age Appropriate Chores List.
I only have girls at my house, so I started out making the girl version.
Then tried my hand at a boy version. Crossing my fingers that it works ok for them as well.
After I printed mine out, I laminated them and use a Sharpie or dry erase marker to write on them. To erase the Sharpie, you just need to use rubbing alcohol. I usually have some hand sanitizer nearby and use that.
You can laminate as well, or just use a pen or pencil to write in the jobs.
Daily List Chore Chart for Kids Downloads:
You can download them below. Please remember all printables are property of The Crafting Chicks, LLP. Not for resale or commercial use.
These Daily List Chore Charts come with everything filled out, except for the Jobs. If you want to edit it, pull it into Word or Photoshop. Place a white box over top to cover the items you don’t want. Then add text over top. I used the font Arial Regular for the list portion.
Check out our other Chore Charts: