As my little boy is now getting older I think it’s about time he helped out more around the house. So I made him this little chore chart


To make one yourself is really easy.
I just used scrap paper and glued them onto pegs and a toilet roll.
I then hot glued the pegs and toilet roll onto some thick red card.
Stuck his name on and stapled a small bag near the bottom corner. I printed out a list of chores and glued them onto some nice patterned scrap paper and placed them in the toilet roll. When I want him to do a certain chore I clip it onto one of the pegs.


When he has completed the chore he simply removes it from the peg and places it into the bag. Then I put the chore cards he has done back into the toilet roll holder and replace them with some reward points


I made the reward points a while ago see this post here. He can use his reward points to buy something from the prize box. The prize box is a box with small toys, books and sweets that I have brought and each item as different coloured sticker on and each sticker is worth a certain amount of reward points. I will do a post about the prize box next week.

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18 comments on “Kids Chore Chart”

  1. It’s party time over at Debt Free Mommy Blog and you’re invited! Please come by and link up any post(s) related to making your home a better space. I hope you’ll join us for Making Space Mondays. Hope to see you there! -Tabitha

  2. I love the blue and red together. I bet he loves his new chore chart. I just love seeing all the chore chart creations people use in their homes. Thank you for linking up with Making Space Mondays! I hope we see you again next Monday. -Tabitha

  3. Great idea Natasha! I’d love to use this for my boys!! Thanks for linking up at Keep Calm and Link Up!! Hope to see you there again next week!
    Barbara @ Chase the Star

  4. So clever; I love this! Thanks for sharing last week on Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes! You are a featured favorite this week . We can’t wait for more great ideas from you! See you soon!
    Mackenzie 🙂

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