Back to School Chore Chart

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So now that the kiddo is officially in school and living a structured life, I decided it was time to pull out a page of her teacher’s lesson plan and create a little Back to School Chore Chart.

kids chore chartSince she’s only in Kindergarten, I kept the list quite simple with only 5 things she needs to complete each day.

back to school chore chart(right click on image and save to your desktop)

If my daughter completes each task, she gets to color in the apple of the corresponding day (we used the BIC Atlantis® pens since they come in a bunch of great colors; you can grab them with all of your other BIC Back-to-School supplies).

chore chart for kidsTo use the Back to School Chore Chart, just print out some of the free printables and hang them on your fridge or somewhere within an arm’s reach. As mentioned, if they complete all of their tasks for that particular day, they get to color in the apple!

Trust me, they’ll love to check off their chore each day! And maybe even get a little prize or allowance at the end of the week?

kids chore chartHey, whatever gets them to do their chores, right?

back to school chore chart with BIC

And don’t forget to pick up the BIC Atlantis® pens to use with the free Back to School Chore Chart printable. The pens come in classic ink colors and feature BIC’s exclusive Easy-Glide System® ink, with up to 35% smoother writing compared to traditional BIC® ball pen ink systems.

I hope you enjoy the free printable!

back to school chore charts

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Comments

  1. Stefany says

    So cute! My little girl is in Kinder as well, I think its great to use with a rewards system after completing all chores for the week

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