These 4 free printable Chore Chart Templates can be used to remind the member of your family what tasks and duties they should try to accomplish throughout the week.
Doing chores is being part of a family and the chore chart is a good reminder of it.
Chore charts aren’t necessarily just for kids, so I created these 4 chore chart templates with a minimalist design that can work well for all ages.
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How to use these free Printable Chore Chart Templates for kids (and adults too)
To use this chore chart, simply print the design you like most.
If you’re planning on using a chore chart for each member of your family, I recommend printing a different design for each person.
Once printed, you can use the white space on top to either write your child’s name (or other family member’s name) or to write down the dates of the current week.
Write down up to 7 tasks per week in the tasks column and tick the day of the week when a task is complete.
For tasks that don’t need to be completed daily, you can grey out the boxes of certain days ahead to signal that the task doesn’t have to be done on certain days.
How to make these printable chore chart templates reusable week after week?
There is a simple way to make this chore chart even more convenient. To avoid having to reprint and rewrite the chores every week., simply laminate your chore chart and use fine tip wet-erase markers to write on it.
This way you can easily wipe and change the content every week without needing a new print.
If these printables aren’t exactly what you’re looking for, you can also find many cute chore charts on Amazon. I specifically link this one if you’d like to have multiple children on one same chore chart.
Here’s a preview of the 4 Chore chart designs included (you can download them below):
Download your Free Printable Chore Chart Templates
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