This family photo based chore chart not only sparks up nostalgia, it also helps all family members know their duties. Let's face it, keeping a house clean takes a village. Swing by Delia Creates to make your own family photo chart.
Colourful, printable icons make chores a little more tolerable for little ones learning to clean up behind themselves. With a cork board base and some vibrant paint, this is one inexpensive DIY. Check out this cork board chore chart on Mumtastic.
Chore charts can get complicated once you throw multiple kids into the mix. This magnetic board command center keeps everyone's to-dos neat and organised. Swing by Is This Really My Life for the tutorial.
A chore chart that relies on strong visuals is always more likely to draw in the kiddos. This spinner version by All Things Thrifty is a perfect example. I dare your kid not to be intrigued.
These wooden badges are durable enough to stand up to several kids through the years. Check out these magnetic chips to add to your fridge or any other metal surface at More Than a Memory.
Come on! Who can resist a big, purple chore eater? No one, that's who. This felt funny guy has a belly full of to-dos. See all of the yummy tasks the Chore Monster is nibbling on at Urban Threads.
Swing by Modern Parents, Messy Kids for the binder basics.
This clipboard chore chart system is infinitely customizable. Attach responsibilities, extra worksheets, scripture of the day, and anything else you can think of for your kiddos. A ticket reward system helps keep the kids enthusiastic and engaged. Get the free printable at Dawn Nicole Designs.
These printable responsibility charts allow you to customize what tasks should be done each day of the week, and kids can see their progress as they check off each one. There's even a spot for weekly, less frequent chores. Swing by Thirty Handmade Days for the printable.
This hide-n-seek, reveal style chore chart from My Name Is Snickerdoodle is giving off some serious Guess Who? vibes. This simple tutorial will have your kids asking, "Guess what?" as they wait to see which chore to do next.
Mom: Knock knock!
Kid: Who's there?
This peg door hanger chore chart can greet your kids coming or going to remind them of what needs to be done on the way to school or once they get home. Visit Eclectic Recipes for the how-to.
Chores become a gamble when kiddos can roll the dice to see what their task will be. Set the table? Vacuum? Who knows? Check out Delia Creates for the tutorial on this wooden block chore chart.
Start with a clipboard, work a little magic, and abracadabra! You have a colourful dry erase chore chart. Since they're so compact, each kid can have their own without to-do lists taking over all of your wall space. Check out The 36th Avenue for the how-to.
Got a used pallet or some distressed boards? Great! This individualized chore chart is for you. Each kid gets a weekly list, and a mason jar suspended below holds their earnings. Visit The Winthrop Chronicles to see this inventive chart.
If you think your kid would benefit from a lot of structure and specificity in their to-do list, check out this shabby-chic one from Little Big House on the Prairie. Framed rules, point tally, and rewards make each task (and its payout) a no-brainer.
My cabinet is like a cookie-sheet wasteland. Turn old baking dishes into colourful chore charts with a few inexpensive craft supplies. Who knew ribbon, paint, and washi tape could camouflage years of burnt on food so well? See the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous.
Sometimes, kids just need to earn their keep. Kidding! But this allowance-driven chore chart does link earning money with work and tasks completed. Hopefully, your child begins to associate work and responsibility with rewards. Check out The Chic Site for more on the work-for-hire chore system.
Popsicle sticks are a quintessential part of childhood. Why not use all those sticks for a project that will help you out around the house? See how Clean Mama turned these everyday items and a mason jar into a chore-chart alternative.
A simple key ring and thin wood chips come together to create a colourful, creative chore-chart alternative. Decorate each piece and list a task, then kids can just flip to find a to-do. Visit Meaningful Mama for the tutorial.
Wheel of Chores! Okay, so that doesn't quite have the same ring as Pat Sajack's game show, but it sure does seem more entertaining than the standard list of household duties. Visit How Does She? to make your own spinner.