Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Blog with chore chart post

Here is the link with the awesome chore chart. The cards I used for the summer, I just found clipart for each chore at google images. Then I used whatever scrap paper I had lying around. For the cards I'm using for the school year, I used some scrap paper I have and then cut the names out in vinyl to stick on the back (as the kids don't all have the same chores). The quote I got on the Idea Door. It was this same kind of idea (and some of their clipart is what I used). But I used velcro to stick them on. Some use magnets. They also have great ideas. The Idea Door is so full of info. I spend too much time on there sometimes. Pin It

Monday, November 1, 2010

When We're Helping, We're Happy

And so is Mom!
I finally finished my chore chart I started earlier this year.
I made it for Summer to keep the kids (and myself) on task and focused.
I had everything done except the vinyl.
So last night and today I cut and placed the vinyl.

I can't remember what site had this awesome idea.
But when I find it, I'll post a link.

Since I did start this project several, it isn't in pristine condition.
The girls took a marker to it.
Plus since I'm new to this whole cut and transfer thing, the spacing isn't too great.
But for a chore chart, it's okay.


I also made the to do cards with a list. That way it would be more simple for school.
The other was getting too much for everyday while we have so many things going on.
Below is a detailed check list of what needs to be done to clean each room.
Also a day-to-day weekly list so I can see what everyone needs to do and when.
The kids can also switch days to accommodate if something comes up. Pin It

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