Make chore time a breeze with these FREE printable chore chart templates.
These chore charts will encourage your children to develop good behavior and a life long work ethic!
Your kids will learn all about the value of sticking to a routine, being responsible, and the positive impact they’ll make by being hard workers!
Not only that, but these chore charts provide spaces for you to assign age appropriate chores (from toddlers, preschoolers to teenagers), so your children won’t feel overwhelmed or under-qualified.
Best of all, you don’t have to sign up by email to access ANY of them. These top chore chart free printables are instant downloads!
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In this printable chore chart set, there are plenty of blank designs for everyone in the family to chose from!
Everyone is included, which is why these printables make cleaning a fun family affair.
Something else that I really love about this chore chart set, is that these printables can be used over and over again, and recycled when you’re done with them or even laminated or put in a clear protective sheet covering!
It’s such a great way to save money, and is good for our environment!
*SIMPLY CLICK THE PICTURES BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF’S. 🙂
This first one is my personal favorite. I love the colors and that the shapes are stars. It even has weekly chores down at the bottom! 🙂 It’s absolutely perfect to keep track of daily household chores for kids.
This is a great family chore chart template (perfect for multiple kids). You could use a pencil and fill in the bubbles or get stickers and place them on the circles.
This chore chart is a great weekly chart. Just enter in which week you’re in and you are good to go! Here are some DIY chore chart ideas:
My son uses this particular online chore chart template. He’s 11 and a few of his chores and chore allowances are:
- Dusting the whole house – $2 (once every couple weeks)
- Laundry – he’s responsible to have his own clothes washed and dried and put up (I don’t pay for this)
- Dishes – he and my daughter take turns – $2 per load (every other turn)
- Sweeping/mopping mess – $3 (once every week-ish)
- Cleaning the bathrooms – we have three bathrooms and he’s responsible to clean them all, yup, toilets too. I pay him $5-$10 for my bathroom (depending on all he does) or if it’s just upkeeping the toilets, that’s $2. I don’t pay him to clean their two bathrooms. They both use both of their bathrooms. Not sure why, just how it works out (once every week)
- Microwave and stove – $1 for the stove and $2 for the microwave (it’s a harder job) – once every couple weeks
I take care of the rest of the cleaning, which sometimes means hiring a housekeeper because I HATE to clean! lol.
Of course, I had to create a girls chore chart with pretty pink and teal! <3
And a boys chore chart.
This is another great chore chart that is neutral and can be for a boy. 🙂
Another colorful star chart. A little differently designed than the first one. This is the one that my daughter uses. This free printable chore chart for tweens is perfect for 11-15 year olds!
A few of the chores for 13 years olds that we have on her list are – great age appropriate chores and allowance:
- Dishes – $2 per load (dishwasher) done every couple days
- Pots/pans – $5 per load (requires more scrubbing power) done every 4-5 days (don’t judge me, I’m a single mom. YUP, I totally have dirty dishes on my counter, not gonna lie!) 🙂
- She does her own laundry – I don’t pay for that
- Weeding the garden beds/front of the house – $2 per section x 5 sections = $10 (usually about once every six months because I spray for weeds)
- Vacuuming the whole house (not upstairs) – $6 done every couple weeks
This chores chart is a black and white version, perfect for gray-scale printers!
Age Appropriate Chores – chore chart by age:
Chore chart STICKERS…
This set of chore chart stickers comes in both color and black/white colorable versions!!!
This set is perfect for a planner, home or life binder. 🙂