I made some chore charts in an effort, with kids, to make sure that every part of my house gets cleaned each week. I will now share with you this chore chart system. I place these charts in sheet protectors and use a dry erase marker to check off the chores done. The main chart is to place on the refrigerator, as this is a place everyone frequents. It lists chores that are to be done daily, weekly, and yearly. The other charts are to be placed in the rooms indicated (I have mine on the back of the doors, etc.), or they can be put away until the day you need it and you can just take it to the room indicated and after you are finished with it, you can put it away. I hope that you are able to use these chore charts. I will be adding any changes as more ideas come to mind. The first week will be challenging as it will be the first thorough cleaning. After that it will be a maintenance thing.

Free Printable Chore Charts

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Home Cleaning Chore Charts:

Main Chore Chart (for system)

Office Chart

Laundry Room Chart

Livingroom / Diningroom Chart

Kitchen Chart

Bedroom Chart

Bathroom Chart

Outdoor Chart

Foyer Chart (For Children)


Young Child Chore Chart

Regular Chore Chart

Regular Chore Chart (Blank)
Classic Chore Charts:

8 Slot Chart (Heart)

8 Slot Chart (School)

12 Slot Chart (Heart)

12 Slot Chart (School)

16 Slot Chart (Heart)

16 Slot Chart (School)

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