My girls are out of school in a couple of weeks and then the long summer looms ahead.  In order to keep my home running smoothly while they are home all day I am going to rely on my girls to handle certain chores around the house.  I created this chore chart for my daughter to keep track of progress.

 

I started with a dollar store cookie sheet and Therm O Web Peel N’ Stick.  I covered the back of the cookie sheet with Peel N’ Stick adhesive and then attached the patterned paper pieces.

   
I attached ribbon borders with Therm O Web Sticky Lines.  Then the flower and buttons were adhered with Therm O Web Large Zots™.

 

The chore charms were made with laminated, printed cardstock circles attached to magnets with Large Zots™.  The magnets will make it easy to move a chore from “To Do” to “Done”, even for little hands.

This project was surprisingly quick and easy.   Now here’s hoping she actually completes her chores as expected!

  

Happy Summer Crafting!

3 Comments on Summer Chore Chart

  1. Michele Smith
    June 4, 2012 at 6:35 am (7 years ago)

    Well how cute is that? Love the use of a baking sheet! So super smart! Love this idea ~ great motivator for kids AND adults!

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  2. lucyschmidt
    June 4, 2012 at 10:26 pm (7 years ago)

    I’m going to make this for my brother for his birthday to use with his almost-5-year old daughter. It will be a big help to them both! Great idea. Thanks.

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