* This post was originally published in May 2015 and has been updated with more detailed step-by-step instructions and new pictures.
These Pre-K Chore Charts are something that I used with all 3 of my children when they were younger! The post was quite outdated, so I decided to give it a face lift! I still really love these designs and know they can be every beneficial to those of you with littles!
The design is very simple — each day is on a separate page with a separate checklist. These were designed for kids that are ages 2-4, so majority of what is on the completed Little Kid Chore Charts are practical skills that young kids need to learn to do individually. I also like to have at least 1 skill on each day they can do from start to finish without any help on there! As they get older, they should be able to do more and more independently each day.
When I first created these Nathan was 3, I believe. Below is a run down on the tasks I put on the Pre-K Charts way back then and how/why I incorporated them into his Chore Charts:
Also, I personally laminate all mine and then put magnet strips on the back. I put all of them on the side of the fridge and the appropriate day Chore Chart on the front of the fridge. Then, my kids used dry erase markers or dry erase crayons to mark off the job once it is completed! That way he is only looking at the tasks that I expect him to complete that day and no others!
Click the buttons below to download the completed or blank PDF’s of the chore charts. They’ll download as a ZIP file.
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