After Homeschool Chore Chart

December 14, 2020

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As a parent we want the best for our children, which includes preparing them to become capable adults. A simple chore chart teaches children to become self-reliant and gives them skills they can use for the rest of their lives.

After Homeschool Chore Chart

Print this blank after homeschool chore chart from AOP as a guideline and complete it with the chores that are right for your kids’ ages. To make it reusable, simply laminate it and use a dry-erase marker each new week!

Here are some suggestions for age-appropriate chores:

  • Dishes
  • Take out garbage
  • Fold laundry
  • Feed pets
  • Water plants
  • Set table
  • Sweep or vacuum floors
  • Pick up toys
  • Dust
  • Practice instrument
  • Make bed
  • Get mail
  • Clean room
  • Mow lawn
  • Shovel snow


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