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Free Downloadable Interactive Chore Charts

Confessions of a Homeschooler is offering a free downloadable interactive chore chart. I love this idea!

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  • Brenda says:

    Thanks for posting. This is just what I’ve been looking for to use with my boys.

  • Katie says:

    Neat. Maybe this one will actually work for me.

    Now to see if I can make my own pocket chart….

  • Shauna says:

    This is great! I LOVE confessions of a homeschooler’s blog…she has the greatest ideas and free printables on her site.

  • Chelsea says:

    It seems like it would be time consuming and fun to make… I smell a good gift idea in the making. 🙂

  • Kristine says:

    This is so timely as a chore chart is on my own “to do” list for this month.

    I have a question – what do all you other parents do with chores that aren’t daily or a specific day? For example, my kids are responsible for folding the napkins (we use cloth) when they are out of the dryer, but I don’t have a set day that I always launder them. Sometimes it is once a week, sometimes more if I run extra loads. I am not sure how to put stuff like that on a chore chart. If I put it in a daily spot and they don’t do it because I didn’t do wash – that’s not fair. And if I just add a card to their day halfway through I don’t feel like that is fair either.

    Honestly, this is what is stumping me. I need to know how my chart will work before I make the whole thing and implement. Any suggestions? Thanks!

  • Natalie says:

    This is fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

  • Shelby says:

    Awesome chart! I love her blog!

  • Erica says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this! I had a ton of visits from your site! :o)

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