Here is my command center. Nothing fancy, but it does the job. It’s on the side of our fridge in the kitchen right were everyone walks past multiple times a day. So no excuses that they didn’t know about that chore or what was going on that day!

On the front side of the fridge I have a see through folder file hung up with magnets, that I keep school newsletters in, doctors appointments, or other important letters

Here you can find out how we use our Weekly Planner and you can download it for free

Take a look how I made my Kids Chore Chart using paper, pegs and a toilet roll

Check out How I use my Cleaning Notes

I would Love to see your household command centers! Just link the post up below and I will also pin them to my Command Centers Pinboard on Pinterest!!

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19 comments on “My Command Center + Linky”

  1. What a great command center. When my daughter was younger and involved in everything, I had something like this. Just not as great as yours!

    I bet your son loves his section! Thank you for linking this up to the In and Out of the Kitchen link party. I look forward to seeing what you bring next week.

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  2. Looks great! My command center is spread out a bit because the front of our fridge is stainless steel. However, I found this great weekly menu decal courtesy of Martha Stewart at Staples which I just started using.

  3. I like the cleaning notes! Great idea. There would be more of a sense of accomplishment if, after doing the chore, you remove and toss out the note rather than simply cross the chore off of a list. Thank you for sharing,

  4. Great tips everybody. Thanks! I even have a giant colorful sign on my schoolroom that claims ‘If not Pine Tree State, who? If not currently, when?’. I refer the kids to the current whenever there’s a large number to scrub up, or employment to be donejob chartIt’s nice to listen to them say it to themselves typically, as they devour a born pencil or one thing (that wasn’t even theirs…wow!). I additionally love the method you visit your students as ‘friends’. may strive it….

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