In line with getting back to schooling and on a schedule, several moms have asked about chores charts. I personally use Google calendar now and just set up appointments for the various chores. Each morning I print out my schedule for the day and it lists the chores that need to be completed. Since I only have teens at home, the schedule is placed on the counter and the girls initial the items they commit to have completed during chore times.
However, throwing in a very active three year old that can’t seem to play without having EVERYTHING out to look at or pick from; I found myself searching again for chore charts for little ones.
Since I am not one to recreate the wheel if I don’t have to; online searching began. I ran across these really cute chore charts while reading another post on Biblical Homemaking. Her chart DYI is easy to follow and includes exactly what you need including a set of printables. My chore list for little Ryan will be different since he is only here during the daytime and will include things such as pick up toys, put away school supplies, walk Lily (aka go out on porch with dog), help granma, do flashcards, do math, read story, etc. I like that these are easy to read and include a picture of the chore. Her chart DYI can be found here…. Chore Chart Printable