Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Chore Chart

I found a really cute magnetic chore chart on Etsy and wanted to make something similiar for my three year old. I found a magnetic board in the clearance section at Hobby Lobby and ordered chore chart rubber stamps off Ebay. My friend let me use her Cricket to print the vinyl lettering. I didn't really save any money but it gave me a project to do.

4 comments:

Sarah Black said...

What a cute chore chart! It seems like we're always trying to come up with new gimmicks to get the kids excited about doing their chores. Just this week we started using ping pong balls with chores written on them and the girls really seemed into it (they get to pick them out of a jar). But cleaning up is a constant struggle around here.

Sarah Black said...

Thanks for your offer on the stamps. I might try to mod podge some magnets to use for small daily chores (I'm doing something similar for an FHE chart), but if it doesn't work out, I might take you up on your offer to use the stamps. I don't know about you, but my project list is always way too big! But it's always fun to have something in the works.

naveera said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
pjseales said...

I love this! This is something as an educator for special needs children of ALL ages I can use. As a matter of fact, I write transition goals for my high school students and one of them has to do a chore chart before Sept. There's so many things one can do.