Magnetic Chore Chart
Magnetic Chore Chart
CHORE CHART BOARD ONLY - NO CHORE MAGNETS INCLUDED
Don't you hate when you have a list of chore that you'd like your child to do, but then they say "but you never told me!". Well, no more of that with this kids chore chart board! Easily have your child know what needs to get done by moving the chore magnet into the "TO DO" column.
Moving the magnet from TO DO to DONE also gives your child a sense of accomplishment, knowing that they completed the task you gave to them. This could also be referred to as a responsibility chart.
Use this magnetic chore chart as a chore board for adults, or hang it on your wall and use it as part of your command center to help keep your household organized.
Help your kids learn how to be independent with this visual daily responsibilities chore chart. This magnetic chore board will make it easy to see what has and has not been completed from the daily task list.
- 11" W x 5" H metal
- White or Black Vinyl lettering
Chores help kids learn responsibility, and sharing chores gives you help around the house. A chore board is just an easy tool to use to help implement and track their tasks.
I grew up in a single-parent household, so it wasn't at all strange that I was doing my own laundry or cooking meals when I was 11 years old. I never had a fun chart to keep track of all of the tasks that I had, but I sure did have a lot of lists! Of course, I hated it growing up when my other friends could go hang out but I had chores to do, but when I got to college and was really in charge of my own things, I saw how beneficial it was that I'd known how to do a lot of those things already for most of my life.
"Children are capable of handling much more than some people may first believe. Even toddlers can help with the smallest and simplest chores, and by the time they're teenagers, they can manage most of what their parents can. The key is to start your kids off with small household tasks at a young age and slowly teach them more complicated chores over time. Setting expectations as soon as it's developmentally appropriate can help ease any arguing later on as they become older and begin to test boundaries."
Circle 1.5" Chore Magnets: