I have been on the lookout for a good chore chart for a long time.
Don't get me wrong, there are some beautiful one's on Pinterest, but little Miss Terrible DIYer isn't about to attempt them. I must admit I would rather just buy one, pull it out of the box and stick it on the wall.
With that being said I did need to find the right one. The girls are 3.5 and 5 now so I am not going to be having them mop the floors and put the dishes in the dishwasher....although I secretly wish I could.
My search for the perfect chore chart took a while, and then I found it. It is perfect and exactly what I need. I can put both age appropriate chores and behavioral accountability on the exact same chart. The items also have pictures, which is exactly what I needed since the girls can not read yet.
The Chore/Behavioral Chart that I went with is the
This chart has made such a difference in our home. My older daughter was having a difficult time getting up and dressed in the morning and this chart alone has changed her outlook in the morning. Bath time has always been a challenge but since the chart has been incorporated I see a big change there as well with both girls.
I also choose to get the school and behavioral supplemental pack.
What I like About this Chart and Why it works for My Family:
- I love that it has pictures
- I love that it can grow with them and I can change up the chores and responsibilities
- It Was easy to set up
- Easy to see and easy for children to work with
- Children know exactly what they are working toward
- Doesn't take up too much room
- It is colorful
- Has a magnetic backing
This is what is included with this chart:
Then you can buy supplemental packs that include other chores and responsibilities
Chores Supplemental Pack includes: