Chore Chart Revisited

by Kelsey Norwood

in Crafts,Cricut,Tutorials

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Remember my first chore chart from a few weeks ago?

I figured out something better.

I realized that I needed to somehow separate the chores into daily and weekly and have a few more for them to do each day. My boys have been pretty naughty lately, and I’m hoping a little more routine and good old fashioned work will reform them.

So on the top I have divided up weekly chores into two rotations and I’ll switch their names back and forth between them each week. The two rows of empty spaces will be a dinner chore rotation that will be the same every day, probably setting the table and clearing the table.

Each of them have their own set of colored stars, so when they finish their chore for the day they cover up the chore with their colored star.

The lower section is for daily chores and they each put their stars in the boxes when they finish each chore.

We just started using this chart, but it’s working pretty well so far. I like that I can keep track of how many times in a week we completed all the chores and also that I can track both weekly and daily chores.

All the images were cut using the Chore Chart Cricut Lite cartridge. We’ll definitely be adapting this chart and adding chores as my boys get older.

Any suggestions as to how I could make it better?!? I’m new at this chore thing…



1 sheri July 24, 2012 at 10:36 am

How do you make the pieces stick to the board?

2 Kelsey July 25, 2012 at 11:26 am

I glued magnets to the backs of the wood pieces.

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