Monday, October 27, 2008
After my last chore chart post, a reader asked: "I was looking for a chore list online that I could implement at home or take and adjust to my needs. Would you know of any?"
Well, sure. DLTK's Custom Chore Charts lets you create them for free, and it's quick and easy. All the headings are custom, and you get a choice of pictures, fonts and colors. The chore chart at the top of this post is one I just created.
Another option is Lisa's Country Chore Chart Maker; using this package, there are pictures as well as words for each chore.
This is (obviously) not an online chore chart - it's just another option I discovered, thanks to organizer Lori Krolik and to Moschel Kadokura of Timely Matters, Inc., which offers On·Task On·Time for Kids - a combination of task list and timer. Make that three task lists: "morning (getting ready for school), afternoon (transitioning from school to home activities), and evening (getting ready for bed)."