Every year, my kids like helping out with duties in our religious education classroom. I usually just simply rotate them between the couple of chores that they can do for me. I don’t have many, but they love doing them!! This year, I decided that instead of me just trying to keep track on paper, I’d create a chore chart.
There’s actually 2 chore charts in this set. The first is the one that I used that has actual chores on it. The duties include pass out papers, collect papers, bathroom monitors (boy and girl), box collector (our supply boxes), and line leader. The second chart is blank. The chores can actually be typed in and then printed, or it can be printed as is and the duties can be written in.
What I plan to do with mine is now that it’s printed and laminated, I’ll use a Vis-a-Vis marker to write their names on the animal with the chore. A dry erase marker could be used as well, but I prefer the Vis-a-Vis on laminate and it’s easy to remove to change names. Also, if you don’t want to write on the animals, the names could be written below the chore.
Here’s a thumbnail view of the charts…..
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I hope that you’ll be able to use one or both of these charts in your home or classroom. I’m really looking forward to using mine this year and seeing the kids get excited about seeing their name on it. If you have any issues printing these charts out, please don’t hesitate to let me know. You can either leave a comment or submit it by clicking the “contact me” button in the right hand column.
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