About two years ago as I was trying to figure out a chore chart system for our family I wrote an article entitled Three Great Chore Charts for Kids, and I was able to find a chore chart system from them that worked great for our family. However, now my kids have gotten older we have outgrown our current chore chart system and it is time for a new one. Luckily there are several chore chart ideas online for ideas. Here are three of my favorite chore charts for families with multiple kids.
Family Chore Chart
On her blog RobbyGurl’s Creations Robin shares how she created her chore chart for the whole family and not just for the kids. The chore chart is made using a large corkboard while featuring daily, weekly, and monthly chores. It is also comes with a rewards system and an area to hold rewards tickets until they are redeemed. Robin also includes the downloadable templates that can be printed off to create your own Family Chore Chart system as well as some of the chores that she included on her own chart. You can find Robin’s Family Chore Chart system by visiting her blog RobbyGurl’s Creations.
Multi-Child Magnetic and Dry Erase Chore Chart
Sarah, who blogs at Organized Chaos, manages a household of six kids and has an awesome chore chart for multiple kids on her blog. Her chart is made using a magnetic dry erase board, and features a section for each kid. The chart has a place for chores that are to be done, as well as chores that have been done, it also has a place where mom can check off whether or not each day of the week’s chores were done or not. At the end of the week the child with all of their chores done will receive a reward. The chores are printed on magnetic strips so that they can easily be moved around the chore chart. Sarah’s Multi-Child Magnetic and Dry Erase Chore Chart can be found by visiting her blog Organized Chaos.
Kanban Board for Kid’s Chores
Natural Moms Talk Radio has a blog post on using a Kanban Board for organizing kid’s chores. While the name sounds a little crazy this really is a simple chore chart idea. It is simply a board with the children’s names across the top and then post it notes with chores written on them are placed under each child’s name. If you aren’t very crafty, or are just running short on time this simple chore chart idea might be perfect for you. You can find the blog post about using a Kanban Board for kid’s chores by visiting Natural Moms Talk Radio.