Responsibility Chart / Chore Chart by Melissa & Doug
Are you looking for the perfect responsibility chart / chore chart to help your kids get their chores done? This chore chart by Melissa and Doug is the perfect solution! It turns chores and responsibilities into an interactive game.
The top part of the chart shows the days of the week with space for magnets that describe their responsibilities each day. The reward magnets with smiley faces show that an activity has been completed. The bottom half of the chart can be used as a dry erase whiteboard to personalize the chart and also to hold the magnets that are not in use.
- Includes 90 magnetic wooden pieces that depict chores, behaviors and rewards.
- The chart also comes with four blank pieces that can be personalized.
- Dry-erase surface allows you to personalize the responsibility chart
- Folds away for easy storage
- Size: 12″ x 16″ folded / 24″ x 16″ open
Age Appropriate: 3 years and up.
The responsibility chart is magnetic so it can be used over and over. It serves as a visual reminder or what children have accomplished during the week and what they are expected to do. You will need one chore chart for each child.
How do you use the responsibility chart?
Before you start discuss with your children what chores and responsibilities are and why they are important. Give your child some examples of your responsibilities and then explain to your children what their responsibilities are.
Decide together with your child what his/her responsibilities will be for the coming week.
Place the responsibility magnets under the responsibility goal heading.
Once you agree that your child has accomplished a goal, allow your child to choose from the selection of reward magnets and move the reward magnet under that day.
Establish a reward system for the chores done each week. It could be a small gift, treat or allowance that your child will receive if a specific number of reward magnets are obtained each week.
Many people report seeing a noticeable important in their children’s behavior right away. Children look forward to receiving a reward and a sense of achievement each time they receive a reward magnet.
The Chore List included:
Load Dishwasher, Set Table, Make Bed, Take Out Trash, Help with Indoor Chores, Clean Up Room, Do Homework, Get Ready for Bed, Show Respect, No Teasing, Empty Dishwasher, Put Toys Away, Stop Whining, Brush Teeth, Don’t Use Bad Language, Take Care of Pet, Put Clothes in Wash, Keep Hands to Yourself, Clean Table, Share, Apologize to Someone, Say Please and Thank-You, Take a Bath, Get Dressed, and Help with Outdoor Chores.
You will also find blank chore cards to write additional chores that are not included.
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