The sooner you teach kids to help out around the house, the quicker they will learn to be responsible and the less you will have to do! With four kids, I have found that my household runs so much more efficiently if everyone knows what they are responsible for and when they need to have their chores done.
And Summer is a great time to get kids in the habit doing daily chores. Here are 10 ideas to get your kids organized!
Ransomed Toy Bucket Idea 1 of 10I love this idea of "ransoming" toys that didn't get cleaned up -- our family sometimes has problems with that! Check out this cute note ... that explains just what kids have to do to get their stuff back.
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Kids Chore Chart 2 of 10This framed chore chart -- with the bright green background -- is an easy and attractive DIY project. Make it match your decor!
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Pocket Chore Chart 3 of 10This is a great way to use pictures and words to make chores easy and straightforward!
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Faded Wood Job Board 4 of 10I love the slogan on here! Check out the customizable details and make one for your home.
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Clipboard Chore Chart 5 of 10This is a great idea -- using Scrabble tiles, a clipboard, a customizable ilst -- and allowance all right there so the reward is clear. What a great idea!
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Burlap Chore Chart 6 of 10Well, burlap's always a winner! And this is a cute idea you can customize for any family.
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Cricut Chore Chart 7 of 10Use your Cricut (or other vinyl cutter) to make cute customized icons for each chore -- on a cute magnet board.
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Magnetic Chore Chart 8 of 10These are super cute magnetic chore charts -- customizable for you family.
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Easy Chore Chart 9 of 10I love the word "easy" -- and this cute board fits any decor!
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Crafty Chore Chart for Multiple Kids 10 of 10This is a cute chore chart that kids can even help make. One plus here: it's portable so they can bring it around the house as they work!
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Do your kids have chores? And if so, when did you start having them help out around the house? Let us know in the comments — we would love to know what works for YOU!
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