I hope you will enjoy our family’s daily chore chart printable! I wanted to design something that we could use for my 6 and 5 year old to know what was expected of them each day. My middle child can’t read yet so she needed pictures to represent her responsibilities.
I also wanted it to be usable for people without a laminator, so I’ll show you 3 ways you can use this printable to help with habit training.
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My goal is to stop writing down any “chore” once it becomes a habit to them. For instance, as soon as they don’t need me to remind them to brush their teeth, there’s no need to add that to their daily list.
This can be detailed or not
- Use this as a routine for kids to know the flow of their day. For instance help preschoolers to know that after breakfast comes playtime and after playtime you take a walk, etc.
- Use this as a chore or homeschool checklist of things that need to get done. My almost 7 year old knows the routine well. So for him we will use this for his daily chore list with his school subjects for that day.
What you get:
This PDF download comes with 6 pages. 3 pages of chores/responsibilities and 3 colored backgrounds to choose from. I included the following homeschool subjects since I will be using some of these:
- language arts
- nature study
- bible time
- morning basket
- tea time
Chore chart printable with pictures
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