Both of my daughters are young and aren’t quite to the reading stage yet, so I wanted a chore chart that is really simple and easy to understand, but also motivational and fun. Little kids love pictures, right? So I thought it would be fun to have their chore charts consist of “putting a picture together,” or “connecting the dots.” The great thing about these chore charts is that they are very versitile.
You can use them as chore charts, or you can also use them as behavioral charts. Sometimes when we are working on one specific thing (learning to say “please” or going to the potty) we will use a chart JUST for that for an entire week. It has worked really well for us. I had my daughter saying “yes mom!” like a champ! 🙂
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Supplies Needed For Toddler Chore Chart
If you don’t already have a laminator, I HIGHLY recommend you get one (I have the Scotch). I use mine all the time as a mom and you can get one for around $30. The lamination pouches are super cheap that go with it.
If you don’t have a laminator and you are so excited about this project you just have to print it out today, that’s fine. You can still use it, the printables just last way longer if they are laminated.
- Stickers If you don’t want to use magents, you can also use stickers, but it’s kind of a one-time use kind of deal if you use stickers.
You can see a the magnets in the photo below (on the cupcake):
The free printable comes with 5 different chore chart designs. Here is a quick video I took while I put mine together, in case you have any questions:
I hope you enjoy, I would love to know what you and your kids think! If you like this particular project, I would love it if you would share it, it’s the only way I know how to gauge what people want to see more of! Thanks!
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