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How to Motivate Yourself to Clean. Grab the FREE Printable Chore Chart Here. 

September 6, 2016

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FallIntoClean #CollectiveBiasCreate a job chart for your kids using this Free Kids Chore Chart PrintableI am terrible at cleaning, my kids have seemed to follow in my footsteps. Money is always a great motivator and it helps teach them financing at the same time as well as responsibility. Now that school is about to start, I need to get them back into the routine of helping out.
Create a job chart for your kids using this Free Kids Chore Chart PrintableMy main struggle as a mother is keeping my kids motivated to want to help under my supervision rather than just nagging them and almost forcing them to do something they don’t want to. I’ve come up with these FREE printable chore charts for you to frame and hang in your home so that it’ll give your kids some accountability. I’ve marked each category with a reward system to indicate what they will earn once they’ve completed that list. The harder the jobs – the more they’ll earn. I’ve also left some blank for you to add whatever you’d like and I also didn’t specify and so it can easily be customized for your family.
Create a job chart for your kids using this Free Kids Chore Chart PrintableSupplies
  • Frames
  • Free printable
  • Dry erase marker
  • Reusable sticky strips

Create a job chart for your kids using this Free Kids Chore Chart PrintableEach paper has two lists attached sized at 5×7″. Cut the lists down to size and frame. Add your reusable sticky strips to the back of the framed list and hang wherever you think is easiest for your kids to know what chores need to be done. Keep a dry erase marker nearby so that they can mark off their duty.
Create a job chart for your kids using this Free Kids Chore Chart PrintableI have four kids but three are old enough to do actual chores. Each of these lists contains things that each of them can do. They can choose to do it together and split the reward or they can decide for themselves if they want to do it alone.
Create a job chart for your kids using this Free Kids Chore Chart Printable

For each of these chores, I also have them use some of my favorite cleaning products, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day®. We grabbed them at our local Whole Foods Market because Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® will donate $1 for each product purchased for the first 25K items to Whole Kids Foundation. Whole Kids Foundation will use the $25,000 donation from Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® to support edible learning gardens and salad bars at schools which every child can learn young to eat healthy.

To see more Do-It-Yourself ideas, check out Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® DIY blog and be sure to follow them on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.

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