How would you like some help with the never ending housework?! We can all use some extra hands with bottomless piles of laundry, granola bar crumbs, and whatever that weird smear is on the wall? With this FREE printable chore chart, you can get the kids involved in making your messy house a happy home!
We all know that kids may cause a lot of mischief, but they love to be helpful too. Chores are a great opportunity for them to accomplish something.
In our home, we like using charts for tracking learning progress and good deeds. This inspired me to come up with a FREE printable chore chart that would work for kids of all ages.
The FREE printable chore chart is a great way to keep track of your little helpers’ progress!
When my husband asks what I did each day, I always reply like an angsty teenager. “Nothing,” I say with a shrug. Each and every moment of time was devoted to must-dos, leaving little to no time for those want-to-dos that get overlooked. The reality is, there are plenty of reasons why mom gets nothing done. Poor woman can’t even find a moment to go to the bathroom alone.
Mom gets nothing done from her to-do list but what she thinks is nothing, is just what the family needs to be happy and functional.
I couldn’t tell you what day of the week it is without looking at an electronic device, but somehow another year has happened. At a time when everyone else is reflecting on their accomplishments, I’m assessing all of the things that I didn’t do this year. My shameful to-do list often consists of tasks which have carried over from previous days, weeks, and months of neglect because of other higher priority tasks. Mom gets nothing done despite her exhaustion. Geesh, adulting is hard.