Chore charts pretty much come from heaven.
Kids respond. Kids clean. We smile.
I know, totally cheesy but if I clean up one more Matchbox car, renegade Lego piece, old McDonald’s toy or Cars 2 miniature drifter I’m going to lose it!
As I fill the bins in my equally heavenly Crap Hider (pictured below), I’m stepping over plastic hamburgers from my son’s mini BBQ set that he uses as a race car garage instead of a play grill. My neurosis has a hard time with that little setup. Bottom line: THIS. IS. NOT. MY. RESPONSIBILITY.
I’ve heard there are people who can just leave the house a mess until the person who created the mess finally cleans it up. I don’t know how that happens but I’m going to give it a try. I could be in a straightjacket by the end of this project but here I go giving it my all.
By the way I talk about my organization obsession, I make it sound like my house is always in order. It’s not. Don’t just drop by without warning, I need to do the infamous Quick Cleanup I wrote about.
It’s time for a chart.
This is my favorite chore chart because it makes sense, you can create it to be as colorful and cute as your talent will allow.
How to Make a Visual Chore Chart
- Download the free printable (below)
- Click HERE for the tutorial
Together we can. Either that, or we’ll drink. Heavily.