Chore Chart Template

A chore chart template can be used to make free printable chore charts customized for your family or children.

Free Printable Chore Chart Template

We offer various chore chart templates that can be personalized, downloaded, and then printed. Select the template that will best suit your needs.  Establish your chore list and add it to the chore chart. All the templates can be personalized with your own chore list. Some are in Word format, and others can be edited with our free online chore chart maker. There is also space to add a picture or photo. When making a chore chart for kids, you can either add a photo of the child or maybe a photo of the reward to keep the child motivated. For example, if you have promised your child to take her to the zoo if she does all of her chores you could put a photo of her favorite animal on the chore chart to remind her what she is working towards. You can also add photos of the tasks if your child cannot read.

free chore charts with chore list

Personalized Customizable Chore Chart

chore chart template


How to Customize this Chore Chart Template?

  1. Add the name of the child/adult.
  2. Type your chore list before you print. If you don’t want to include 7 chores then delete the text. If not, the dummy text will print.
  3. Change the days of the week (if you want the week to start on Monday. If you prefer the week to start on Sunday then you don’t need to make any changes).

You can also print a chore list with age-appropriate chores in the same design!

Chore Chart

Sunday Start: Editable PDF | Word | Image

Monday Start: Editable PDF | Word | Image

Chore chart template

Sunday Start: Editable PDF | Word | Image

Monday Start: Editable PDF | Word | Image

Chore Chart TemplateThis is a colored weekly chore chart template with the week starting on Sunday or starting on Monday. Add the name of the person who the chore chart belongs to. Add the list of chores to be completed each day. This chore chart is handy if the chores to be done each day are different. If the chore list repeats itself each day you could either use the above charts or just copy the list each day. Each time a chore is completed you can delete it. If you would like to reuse the chore chart you can laminate it and use a marker that can be deleted.


Chore Chart TemplateThis is a weekly chore chart template with the week starting on Sunday or starting on Monday. The chart is black and white.  Fill in your name or the name of the chore chart owner, add a picture, and add the chore list. Each time a chore is completed you can mark it with a marker or sticker. This chore chart is appropriate for chores that are done each day.

A selection of free printable chore charts for kids. If you are looking for a chore chart with a specific character then check out these behavior charts. They can be customized so you can use them as chore charts.

Chore Charts for Kids







These chore charts have space for four chores (add your chore list to the top line) and a weekly chart to mark each chore as it is completed.

Star Wars




Why Use Kids’ Chore Charts?

Getting kids to do chores around the house not only helps you but also helps them acquire valuable skills that they will need later on in life. The later you start with chores the more difficult it will be for your child. On the other hand, younger kids cannot handle responsibility so you have to start very slowly. Make sure that you designate chores according to the child’s age and capability. From age 2 kids can start tidying their toys and putting away their books. Start working together with your child until they are adept at during their chores on their own. Certain chores can be considered “paid chores”. This will help your kids learn to save, budget and give them a sense of independence.  Make chores fun with our free chore charts for kids.

 How to make Chore Charts for Kids

  1.  Make a list of chores that your kids can help with (see suggested chore list for kids).
  2. Decide how often each chore should be done.
  3. Choose any one of the printable chore charts together with your child.
  4. Fill in the chore list decided upon in step 1.
  5. If any of the chores on the chore list are considered “paid chores” then make note of this on the chart.
  6. Hold a family meeting during which you hand each child his or her chore chart with the list of chores.
  7. Each time your child completes a chore, mark it on the chore chart. You can do this with a marker, sticker or star.

If there is a chore chart that you were looking for but did not find anywhere on this site then please leave a comment below, and we will try to create it for you (free of charge).


  1. Please fix the “AGES 11+” chore grammatical error:
    should be “paid chore”) instead of “paid chore(”

    Thank you!

  2. My children have asked for the following chore charts:
    PJ Masks
    Elena of Avalor
    Disney Universe

    Thank you! I love how easy your charts are to use!

  3. . wow this is Free ? And doesnt charge us ?? Wow again.. Tons of blessings for the developers . . i just can’t believe it lol Thank god i came across this site after so much research. I was looking for charts like this .. Like sort of like a treasure hunt kinda theme . where you have to get to the end of the maze and get a reward . But one thing i couldnt find was A zombie theme (4 my boy … Hes obsessed with Plants vs. Zombies ) and my daughter who loves rainbow dash from My little pony . … Btw i just bought them their 1st video game Console . (xbox one s) and havent opened it yet 4 them. And this is exactly what i need to keep them on their toes to have as a reward to play a very manageable amount of time playing it. HELP PLZ. !! THANK U

  4. May you please do one with anything fortnite (words or any picture) and please and angry birds characters for my son with autism please? Thankyou kindly, I’ve just downloaded the Batman and a Spiderman one for 2of my other sons,

  5. Great list! Thank you!
    Chore Charts is really work.
    I am a single mother with three children all of them of preschool age so I know how important keeping organised. The eldest child I raised with a variety of printable charts. The stars chore chart works best. Printable cards and magnets are constantly lost. Now I use the Manini app for three children. These are the same printable cards but in the phone. In the app, you can mark the completion of tasks and children like it very much. And the app has a goal Board that lists all chores and self-care for kids under the age of 5. We mark together with the children the tasks that have already been mastered. Also they actually ask for tasks themselves to make a mark the task. I felt much better. And I’m not nervous and it’s easy for children to become independent. And I have time to take self-care.

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