Chore Chart2 min read

I have had a few requests for a copy of my chore chart. My system is very simple. Probably not revolutionary, but here it is. This chart is the one that my big children use. They switch chore lists each week.

As well as these things, you will need to follow other instructions from Mom and Dad. Just say, “OK”!

Chore List #1 (front seat in car) Chore List #2

Monday- COOK NIGHT & FLOORMonday- SET TABLE & DISHES

Vacuum the UpstairsWash Kitchen floor

Empty GarbagesWash bed sheets

Laundry Laundry

Tuesday- SET TABLE & DISHES Tuesday- COOK NIGHT & FLOOR

Wash fishy Bathroom Wash Entry Tile

Dust Banister Wash Cupboards/Fronts

Wednesday- UNLOAD & CLEAR TABLEWednesday-LOAD & CLEAN SINK

Wash one window and blindVacuum basement

Sweep garage porchWash toy room floor

Family Yard work time Family Yard work time

Thursday- COOK NIGHT & FLOORThursday-SET TABLE & DISHES

Vacuum StairsWash Basement Bathroom

Wash dust boards Dust Upstairs

Friday- LOAD & CLEAN SINKFriday- UNLOAD/CLEAR TABLE

Organize a cupboard or drawerWash Mom’s bathroom

Wash Kitchen chairs Clean Mirrors and glass

Saturday- UNLOAD & CLEAR TABLESaturday-SET TABLE & LOAD

Dog poop or Cat litterDog poop or Cat litter

Organize Toy RoomStove/Sink/or Microwave

(ask mom)

Yard work assignment Yard work assignment

Here isthe chore list for my 4 year old son.

Porter’s Chore List

Monday- Laundry and silverware

Dinner chore – Help Paije

Tuesday- Window Sills

Dinner chore – Help Paije

Wednesday- Vacuum Family room

Family yard work assignment

Dinner chore – Help Mom

Thursday- Empty garbages and wash one

Dinner chore – Help Quin

Friday- Help Mom wash bathroom floors

Dinner chore – Help Quin

Saturday- Wash sink in the Fishy Bathroom

Family yard work assignment

Dinner chore – Help Mom

Sunday- A day of rest

Dinner chore – Help Dad

Say “OK” to all other Instructions too. Love you Porter!

This is my 6 year old’s chart.

Londyn’s Chore Chart

Monday – Laundry and Dust Upstairs

Dinner chore – Help Quin

Tuesday – Pick up Toy Room

Dinner chore – Help Quin

Wednesday – Wash under the Bar

Family Yard-work Assignment

Dinner chore – Help Dad

Thursday – Vacuum Upstairs

Dinner chore – Help Paije

Friday – Wash fingerprints off doors, walls, and switches

Dinner chore – Help Paije

Saturday – Clean Fishy Bathroom

Family Yard-work Assignment

Dinner chore – Help Dad

Sunday – Day of rest

Dinner chore – Help Mom

Say “OK” to all other instructions too.Love you Londyn!

If my children don’t get their chores done by the time we start our morning devotional, then they are choosing to do them at play time. They can’t play until they are completed. If the devotional time comes, and they aren’t finished, we still switch gears. In their planners at play time, we write the chores that need to be done at that time. I have already talked about what they earn if they don’t complete their chores in a day.

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