Kids Chore Chart
Regular price $2.00
Want a fun way to keep your kids on track with their daily and weekly chores?
You'll love these cute kids' chore charts.
How to use:
- Fill in their daily chores (each one is worth 1 point)
- Add in their weekly goal amount for points (ex: 50 points)
- Add in the reward they will receive if they hit their goal points
- As they complete the chore they can put a checkmark in the box for the corresponding day
- At the end of the week, add up the total number of points they had
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