Welcome to Day 3 of building your Family Binder. I hope you have found the first two days useful!
*A quick note: It was brought to my attention yesterday that I neglected to talk about labeling the dividers for your binder. Sorry about that! Essentially, each divider should be labeled the same as the section names that I gave you on Day 1. You can label them as we go along, or go ahead and get that out of the way. 🙂
Today’s printable is self-explanatory – a Weekly Chore Chart. Now, remember on Day 1 when I said that not all of these printables would be for everyone, including myself? Well, this is one of those that I have no use for personally, but I know a lot of you probably do, so I made one for you!
We kind of “wing it” at my house where chores are concerned. My daughter spends every other week at her dad’s house, which makes it a bit tough to really schedule chores for her, but she does them whenever I ask her to, so there’s no worries. Moving on…
How to use:
Simply add the names of each family member at the top of each column, along with the dates for each week. Assign each family member their chores based on each day of the week.
My suggestion is to hang your Weekly Chore Chart on the fridge or in another prominent area of the home so your family members can easily see what is expected of them each week.
At the end of the week, you can use the completed chore chart as a way to determine allowance or rewards for each family member. Slide it back into your binder for future reference or trash it and begin a new one, whatever works for you!
Here is your Weekly Chore Chart printable:
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See you tomorrow!
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