Get the card template and adjust for your needs. Print it. I include a chart that shows how the points translate to money/extra video game time.
Draw a line for each column using tailors chalk. Then sew along each line, using black thread.
I added vinyl for the pockets and for the name of the chart. For the plastic pockets, I used permanent vinyl, but I used iron-on vinyl for words that attached to the fabric of the chart.
I cut and laminated all of my chore cards, including quite a few blank cards that allow me to write some chores in with dry erase marker.
Organize your chores by the day of the week. Some of our chores are daily options, ie. the dog needs fresh water every day. Other chores are once a week and I schedule those for weekends when the kids have more time.
Hang up your chart and show your kids how to use it. Each child has their own row and they put the completed chores under their name. On Sunday, I pay them in video game time or money, then I reset everything!
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