Fillable Chore Chart PDF Details

If you're looking for a way to keep your family organized and on task, look no further than the fillable chore chart. This helpful tool lets you create a customized list of chores for each family member, making it easy to divvy up the work and keep everyone accountable.

Here's some specifics that may help you learn just how long it takes to finalize the fillable chore chart.

QuestionAnswer
Form NameFillable Chore Chart
Form Length3 pages
Fillable?Yes
Fillable fields63
Avg. time to fill out13 min 25 sec
Other namesfillable chore chart, printable chore chart for adults, editable printable chore charts for adults, chore chart template for adults

Form Preview Example

Chore Chart

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

_______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

EmpoweringParents®

© Legacy Publishing Company

www.EmpoweringParents.com

How to Use a Chore Chart

Chore charts are a very helpful way to organize your child’s responsibilities. They are a great visual reminder and help to make expectations clear. You can use a chore chart for most any age. Write your child’s chores in the boxes across the top of the chart.

Examples for younger children could be

Make bed

Pick up toys

Set the table

Examples for older children could be:

Mow the lawn

Clean the bathroom

Do the dishes

When your child finishes a chore, let them place a star, sticker, checkmark, or smiley face in the box that corresponds with the correct day of the week. Set a goal for how many stickers or checkmarks your child needs to earn each day.

When your child reaches that goal for the day he/she will earn a privilege or a reward.

Examples of privileges and rewards:

Playing a game or reading a book with mom or dad

Earning TV or video game time

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND:

•  The   chart should be kept in a readily accessible and visible place—this helps your child remember to follow it. The front of the refrigerator is a good example, especially if other members of the family will be involved.

•  Set   realistic goals for your child. Make sure the chores are age appropriate and your child has a chance to be successful.

•  It   might take some trial and error to set a goal for your child. If he/she is never earning their privilege or reward, then it is not going to work. You want your child to stretch a little to earn the privilege or reward, but you want him/her to have days where he/she does earn it.

•  Long   term rewards can work, but they might not be enough of an

incentive for younger children. Waiting the whole week to earn a reward

might feel like a very long week. If your child has a hard Tuesday, what

is her incentive to have a better Wednesday? You might set a longer term goal in addition to a daily goal. Maybe after a certain number of good weekdays or after a total number of stars are earned, that earns an additional reward on the weekend.

•  This   incentive chart shouldn’t be used as a consequence. Kids shouldn’t lose checkmarks or stickers. If they are not making good choices, then they simply don’t earn that star or sticker and they will have to try harder.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Search EmpoweringParents.com for related

articles about Accountability and Responsibility.

EmpoweringParents®

© Legacy Publishing Company

www.EmpoweringParents.com

Chore Chart

Chore:

Chore:

Make bed

Pick up clutter

_______________________

_______________________

 

 

Chore:

Clothes in hamper

_______________________

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Chore:

Clear own dishes

Load dishwasher

Take out trash

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

EmpoweringParents®

© Legacy Publishing Company

www.EmpoweringParents.com

How to Edit Fillable Chore Chart Online for Free

It's easy to fill in the chore chart adults printable spaces. Our software will make it pretty much effortless to work with almost any form. Below are the basic four steps you should consider:

Step 1: Click the "Get Form Now" button to get going.

Step 2: Now, you're on the file editing page. You can add text, edit present data, highlight specific words or phrases, place crosses or checks, add images, sign the template, erase unneeded fields, etc.

Prepare all of the following sections to complete the template:

example of spaces in customizable chore chart pdf

Step 3: After you have selected the Done button, your document will be accessible for export to each device or email you indicate.

Step 4: Make copies of the document. This is going to prevent possible future complications. We cannot view or disclose your details, therefore you can relax knowing it's going to be protected.

Watch Fillable Chore Chart Video Instruction

If you believe this page is infringing on your copyright, please familiarize yourself with and follow our DMCA notice and takedown process - click here to proceed .