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118 Ways to Make a Chore Chart!

                           I've been researching different ideas for Chore Charts 
and have found some incredibly creative and ingenious ideas! There are so many fun and cute ways you can get your kids excited about chores.

(Our Current Chore Chart):

And here are links to a bunch more ideas that I found.

(And when I say a bunch....I ain't joking!)
Prepare to be amazed, my friends........

Chore Punch Cards:

Family Chore Wheel:

Dry-Erase Clip-Boards:

Chore Ring:

Job Envelopes:

Build-a-Burger Chore Chart:

Clothespin Chore Ribbon:

Chore Buckets:

Chore Pockets:

Color-Coded Chore Jar & Sticks:

Family Chore Board:

Responsibility Station:

Princess Chore Chart:

Dry-Erase Chore Board:

Chore Ping-pong Balls:

Fun Chore Pockets:

Vintage Time Card Holder - Chore Chart:

Chore Sticks in Pockets:

Metal Chore Boards:

Star Chart:

Allowance Money Jars:

Big Chore Board:

Chore Door:

Zoo Chore Chart:

Vertical Chore Chart:

Chore Train:

Digital Scrapbooking Chart:

Veggie Chore Chart:

Nickel Chore System:

Wooden Star Chore Chart:

Scratch-off Surprise Chores:

Hanging Tags Family Chore Chart:

Chore Punch Cards:

Magnetic Cookie-Sheet Chart:

Chore Tags:

3 Chore Dice:

Cookie Sheet Chore Chart:

Ice Cream Cone Chore Chart:

Ribbon in Frame Chart:

Chore & Allowance System

Paper Pockets Chart:

Origami Chore Stars:

Chore & Allowance Clipboard:

Clothespin Chore Board:

Picture Chore Chart:

Chore Squares:

Job Photo Chart:

Picture Envelopes:

Chore Door Hanger:

Routine Cards:

Chore Picture Magnets:

Flower Pots Chore Chart:

That's a bunch, eh?
And so many AWESOME ideas.
Hope one of them works for you!


Vicky said…
Wow! I can't imagine that you missed any idea here. There is surely something for everybody. Sharing this on the Mess For Less facebook page. Vicky from
What a great list! It is so inspiring. Thanks for linking to my picture chore chart!
Carol said…
What a great list! My current chore chart isn't working so well (maybe it's really ME not following through...hehe). Glad to have 117 more ideas to try! :) Thank you!
Holly Lefevre said…
What a great compilation! We so need a new system here! Thanks.
Megan said…
This was incredibly helpful...thanks for compiling all these ideas! I haven't decided which one to use yet, but you've given me a lot to work with.
Anonymous said…
I was looking through your AMAZING list and when I clicked on 'Scrapbook Chore Board' an inappropriate webpage opened. I didn't think it was something you would want affiliated with your wonderful blog
Thank you for letting me know about the bad link. I deleted it and cleaned up all the other bad links. Thanks!

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