Reusable Chore Charts for Toddlers: Magnetic, Dry-Erase, Star Charts, Games, etc
Reusable Chore Charts for Toddlers
Positive rewards, like stars, stickers, or other treats can go a long way to motivating kids to do their chores and take responsibility. Here are some charts, games, and books for helping toddlers learn to do their chores and behave well. Dry erase, magnetic, and other types of reusable charts and tables are easy to use. It is very rewarding to see your daily progress, and here are some chore charts made especially for toddlers and pre-schoolers.
Best Responsibility Chart for Kids Ages 2, 3, 4, and 5! - Parents and Kids LOVE this chart!
This chores or responsibility chart has both a magnetic part and a dry-erase board. It is set-up specifically for young kids, toddler and pre-school age, and primary and elementary school aged. Kids LOVE putting magnets on this chart! There are a couple of blank magnets that you can fill-in with your own chores or behaviors, but most of them are pre-written, as follows:
Get ready for bed
Put toys away
Keep hands to self
Say thank you
Help with indoor/outdoor chores
Put clothes in wash
Don't use bad language
Take care of pet
Take out trash
Keep hands to self,
Is is ok to reward kids for doing chores? - Some parents say yes, some say no.... I'm sure you have an opinon!
Do you think kids should be rewarded for doing chores?
Dry Erase Board Chore Chart with Reward Stars - Fully Customizable and Reusable Chart!
Write down your own chores, and use the included stars to keep track!
Weekly Responsibility Chart - Very Colorful Chores Chart
This is a unique looking reusable chore chart. It looks very pretty.
Here's the product description:
"My Responsibility Chart is a decorative wall hanging for a child's room or general family area. It introduces children to doing tasks like clean room, help parents, brush teeth, take a bath, and many more. This comes complete with icons for results and daily awards. It motivates children to do chores and tasks. Parents and children have fun evaluating how the tasks were done. It develops values. "
The Chore Board - Make it a Game! (For Older Kids) - A Little Competition Goes A Long Way!
This board game is fully customizable. You can write down the chores and then the reward. As each child does the chores, they get to advance in this game.
This game is geared for older kids, maybe those age 4 and up. So, if your child is a toddler, you might want to start with one of the above charts now, and then consider buying this for when they get a little older. The reviews on this are very positive. It apparently works well for kids who don't like doing chores!
- Age Appropriate Chore Charts: Chore Lists for Ages 2-18
When using chore charts with our children it can be difficult to know what chores they are capable of. Find lists of age appropriate chores for use with chore charts.
- Chores for Busy Toddlers
The earlier your child learns how to do housework, the easier it will be to get him to complete chores in the future. Here are some simple chores appropriate for toddlers.
- Age-Appropriate Chores for Children: Chore Ideas and Allowances
WebMD asked experts and parents for tips on assigning household chores for children of all ages. Here are strategies you can use in your own home to make chores feel a little less like work.
- 43 Chores Young Children Can Do | Parenting Squad
List of chores - Great site to get some ideas.