We have created a list of resources of both FREE printable chore charts and chore charts that you can purchase.
FREE Chore Charts
Printable custom chore charts http://www.dltk-cards.com/chart/
Handi Points printable chore and behavior Charts http://www.handipoints.com/
Chart Jungle http://www.chartjungle.com/join.html
Chore Charts To Purchase:
Melissa and Doug Responsibility Chart
Help kids understand the concept of behavior and rewards. This entertaining, magnetic activities board feature the innovative combination of magnets and wood. Includes a dry-erase board and 134 magnets depicting behaviors and rewards. Measures 16″ x 12″ when closed; 16″ x 24″ when open.
The Board Dudes Chore Chart
The Board Dudes Magnetic Dry Erase Rewards Chore Chart helps keep the responsibilities around the house in check and up to date. This easy-to-read 11-x-14-inch chore chart provides columns for the days of the week and rows for the various chores around the house. Also featured is a hard plastic frame and a melamine surface for durability. This chart includes mounting hardware, one dry erase pen, and reward magnets.
Helping Hands Chore Chart
Fridgelife Magnets – Chore Magnets
eeBoo Good Habits Chart
eeBoo’s utterly original format is unique in the market. The Good Habits Job Chart is made of thick, durable board and covered with a laminated paper stock. Children can set the day of the week and by turning the wooden knobs, expose a word of praise for themselves after they have completed a “job.” The chart comes with nine “jobs” and “words of encouragement” and comes with a sheet of stickers to personalize the chart if needed. Illustrated by children’s book author and illustrator, Julia Gorton. For Ages 5+
I Can Do IT
The I Can Do It! reward chart is a great way for children to focus on attaining specific goals. Your child can set weekly goals for how many stars he wants to earn during the week. He must focus on earning stars for various goals daily. At the end of the week you and your child can count the stars together and see if he has reached his goal for the week! Parents and children can choose up to five goals. There are also ten blank cards so you can write individualized goals or rewards. Goal Cards include: Eat my vegetables Brush my teeth Pick up my toys Be polite Go to bed on time Share with others Be a good listener Make my bed Help around the house Do my homework 5 blank cards Reward Cards include: Treats Extra bedtime story Ice cream New book Extra play time Movie Invite a friend to play Pizza party Family outing Allowance 5 blank cards The durable reward chart features velcro blue stars to use when your child has obtained the goal.
Almas Responsibility Chore Chart
My Responsibility Chart is a decorative wall hanging for a child’s room or general family area. It introduces children to doing tasks like clean room, help parents, brush teeth, take a bath, and many more. This comes complete with icons for results and daily awards. It motivates children to do chores and tasks. Parents and children have fun evaluating how the tasks were done.