Printable Chore Chart

Do your kids like charts? Mine LOVE them! You know how they say kids love consistency, well the chart must be one way my kids feel that! I designed this chore chart as an award system to get them excited to help out around our home and it worked! If this might be helpful for you and your kiddos, please enjoy it! It’s just a PDF file you can download and print from your home computer. You may have to change your printer settings to print borderless. Happy Chores!

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  1. Super cute!

  2. Darcy says:

    Ooooohhh! I am totally using this! So cute! Thanks for sharing a printable version with us so we too can have cooperative kiddos!

  3. Amy Irwin says:

    LOVE LOVE the chore chart! The colors are vibrant and just my style! Thank you so much!

  4. I LOVE this! I am printing it right now and plan on using it next week! darling!!!!!

  5. SarahM says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  6. Kaylin says:

    Thank you SO much for this CUTE chore chart.. My daughter and I were having a hard time finding one we loved enough to print off.. This one is the winner!!

  7. You are so welcome!! :)

  8. Meridith says:

    We’ve been using this chore chart with my son for the past few months and I love the way it looks on the fridge. Thanks for sharing this!

  9. I’m so glad and you are very very welcome! Thank you for taking the time to let me know! :D

  10. kellie says:

    Love this chart. Many Thanks for sharing the printable. :)

  11. Abby says:

    Thank you!

  12. Casey Fisher says:

    love the chart :)

  13. Jennifer says:

    thank you for this chart! i keep using it and love it so much. your creativity and joy for life comes through in your photography and even in the colors of this chart! love your work!

  14. Thank you so much Jennifer! I really appreciate your encouragement and I’m so glad you’re enjoying it!

  15. Charlynn says:

    Thank you so much for an easy yet cute and fun way to post chores!! I didn’t want to spend a ton of time on a chore chart, but I wanted it to be cute! And you did that, so much much thanks!

  16. tracey lucas says:

    could u please please please give some suggestions of age appropriate chores and awards for a 7 year old and 8 year old

  17. We do two things… In the summer and sometimes at other times they get to earn money. Had a lemonade stand, pulled weeds for the neighbors, etc. This way they can learn the art of working and the blessings of tithing.

    But for chore chart they get to pick something they want. For my girls it’s typically something from American Girl Doll and for our boy, it’s lego. They each have a jar and they earn beans. Once the jar is full, they get their reward. My hope is that they are learning patience, and the value of waiting to get what they really want. When we did allowance they just kept blowing it on candy.

    Hope that helps!

  18. Melissa Crosby says:

    Leah–I googled chore charts and your was one of the first (and cutest) to pop up!! Funny how small the world is :)

  19. That is so funny! Small, small world! Hope you all are well!

  20. Thank you very much for this chart…will get lots of use out of it!

  21. Thanks for sharing this very simple chart. Big help.

  22. You are very welcome! :)

  23. hey leah, couldn’t get the chores chart to download. mediafire redirected too many times. do you know anything about this? i was able to download the image as a jpg and it prints fine, but a bit blurry because it’s a jpg. if possible i’d love to be able to print as a pdf. lemme know if you know what the deal is! thanks!

  24. Hey Lydia,

    I’m so excited that you want to use the chore chart! I just did a test download and it went right through. You may want to try using a different browser to access the file. :)

  25. Sara says:

    I tried to print this as a picture…Walmart wanted a copyright release. Guess I won’t be picking that picture up.

  26. I just print mine on my home printer. :)

  27. I love this chore chart. We started using it over the winter and my daughter LOOOVES adding her stickers to the chart. We change it week to week depending on what needs to be focused on at home.

    Thank you for making this available.

  28. Hi there! Love everything you’re doing:-) I just wanted to give a heads up; Your link to — subscribe to the RSS feed — doesnt seem to work.
    I’ll be back tho!

  29. I’m so glad and you’re very welcome! :)

  30. anne power says:

    Do you have a matching family calendar to your chore chart?? I love the chore chart so much but want to have a large calendar to go with it!
    Thanks so much!
    Anne Power

  31. That’s a great idea Anne! I don’t have anything currently but I’ll see what I can do for you! :)

  32. Melissa says:

    Thanks so much for doing this! I appreciate it so much, and from a fellow Seattleite to boot. :-) Go Hawks!

  33. June says:

    Can you explain this ? What do the colored circles represent, or are they just decor ? I’m so confused, even though it’s probably way more simple than I am replicating it to be.

  34. Just for pretty! :)


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