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Easy DIY Kid’s Chores Chart. Instead of plain wood "markers", use little tins that can have a small treat in them. When they complete the chore, they get the treat. (Treat could be stickers or Squinkies or candy or a coin...instant allowance.)

I like the idea of magnets they can move themselves when they complete a chore! Only thing I might add is photos of the chore to be done. A Lemon Squeezy Home: Chore Charts {diy} So so so so so totally doing this!

Chore chart made by ME :)  Giving children household chores at an early age helps to build a lasting sense of mastery, responsibility and self-reliance. Chores also teach children how to be empathetic and responsive to others’ needs.....so many reasons why I love making these :)

Chore chart made by ME :) Giving children household chores at an early age helps to build a lasting sense of mastery, responsibility and self-reliance. Chores also teach children how to be empathetic and responsive to others’ needs.so many reasons wh

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Are the kids’ toys staging a take-over in your yard? Find a solution in this round-up of great outdoor toy organization ideas.