Printable Chore Charts

by Kay on November 3, 2013

Kids and grownups need motivation to get things done. That’s why my 16 new chore charts provide timed schedules, rewards and praise for success to keep daily life running smoothly.

The new classroom chore charts help students prepare for new activities with picture schedules for activities such as washing hands, lining up, going to lunch, taking a field trip, silent reading and doing art. There are also study charts with different subjects depicted in colorful graphics.
If your child requires a bit more motivation, there are reward chore charts, including a chore thermometer that tracks and praises success, and a reward punch card, where a child may receive a prize for doing homework or chores without being asked.

All 90 templates at are free to download and print as a PDF. In some cases, an editable DOC file is available for $5 per design. The PDF can be printed and written on by hand, while the DOC version can be edited in a word processor, which is handy if you’d like to type in kids’ names and specific chores to print again and again. Or, laminate your chart and use a dry erase pen.

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