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21 Different Reward and Chore Charts for Kids

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  • Make it Fun with Stickers!
  • Create a Chore Station!
  • Make it Portable! Use Velcro circles, & a clipboard so kids can carry it around while they do their tasks.
  • Give them choices! This chore system gives kids the freedom to choose their chores based on how much they’ll earn for doing them.
  • Grab Your Tools & Make Your Own
  • Clip them on then Flip them over! clothespins holding the day’s chores—kids would love getting to flip these over when they’ve finished the job.



  •  Keep it Simple! Simple printable where you can fill in your kids’ names and write in your own jobs.
  • Make it Changeable! This chore chart uses a basic cookie sheet and chalkboard markers. If you want to change it up, just erase and start over!
  • Get the Whole Family Involved! This chore chart includes Mom and Dad and uses hooks and tags to assign chores to family members.
  • Start Them Young! This super-simple chore chart provides motivation and visual cues to your little ones.
  • Make it Visual! This chore system is great for kids who need visual motivation—simply take photos of the chores-at-hand and assign a day for its completion.
  • Easy to Read Means Easy to use!



  • Who Wouldn’t want to Earn Stars? Great for little ones, this chore chart uses classic star stickers as a reward (which are redeemed for nickels)
  • Divide Your House into Zones! family members are given zones for which they’re responsible.
  • A Place for Everything! Create a frame for each kid and assign a different set of chores each day. When the job is done, simply turn around the card.
  • Round and Round – Turn the wheel with two paper plates—kids can easily see their chores for the day (or week) and anticipate what comes next.
  • Go Digital! Prefer everything online? Sign up for this free online chore chart; great for the digitally-minded kids. | My Job Chart
  • Go Big! Build a Burger! make chores visually fantastic for little ones—build a burger!


  • Make it a Game! Draw a Stick! Craft sticks, a tin can, and a printer is all you need for this colorful, easy-to-use chore jar.
  • Male it Easy! Buy a set of pre-organized chore chart sets.

Here Are the Links for each of the chore charts pictured here (in order):

  1. Sticker Chore Chart from the Coterie Blog
  2. Magnetic chore chart from Sabby in Suburbia
  3. Clipboard chore chart from In Her Shoes
  4. Magnetic chore chart from The Baeza Blog
  5. Magnetic Responsibility Chart from Melissa & Doug
  6. Chore sticks for multiple kids by How Does She?
  7. Clothespin chore chart from A Turtle’s Life
  8.  Free chore chart download from Sew, Craft, Create
  9.  Cookie sheet chore chart from Chaos Served Daily
  10. Clean-up crew chore chart from Back 40 Life
  11. Toddler chore chart from Dandee Designs
  12. Photo chore chart from Ladybird Lane
  13. Family chore chart from Abbie’s House
  14. Star sticker chore chart
  15. Daily job zones from The Creative Homemaker
  16. Adhesive hooks chore chart from Workman Family
  17. Paper plate chore chart from Smockity Frocks
  18. My Job Chart
  19. Burger chore chart from Child Made Tutorials
  20. Chore jar from Whatever Dee Dee Wants
  21. The Everything Planner chore chart printable from Brought to You By the Letter B


Mother, Pediatric Nurse and a Trail Blazer for Positive Change.

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