Do you want to raise responsible kids? One easy way is to assign them doable chores at home! We’re happy to announce that we’ve created a Chore Chart for our kids and we’re sharing them on the blog today!
Training Our Kid
We’ve been training the little boy in the house to be responsible this early (he’s only 5 years old, by the way). We ask him to do little things such as fixing his toys, feeding his pet fish and watering his plant. Sometimes, we ask him to help us clean the room as well! Does he feel annoyed for doing such chores? Not. At. All. In fact, he enjoys doing them!
To make things a little organized, I have created this Chore Chart for my kid so he would know his “chore for the day”. Since he can already read, he would usually read it out loud! Hahaha For example, he would say, “Today, I am washing my toy!” The chore sounds fun so he gets excited to do it!
How To Use This Chart
To use this chart, you can laminate it so you won’t have to print it over and over. Just use a whiteboard marker when writing on it. You may post it on your fridge or hang it in your kiddos bedroom. =)
Here, take a preview of the chart. Just like all the freebies that we create for kids, this comes in bold colors!
Ready to print it? Your free printable Chore Chart is linked below. It is in PDF format and designed to be printed on a letter-sized paper (that’s 8.5×11, mommas).
I hope you and your kiddo can use the chart! Have a wonderful day ahead! =)