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Made a bright and bold chart to help keep your family chores organized!
Make a list of daily chores for your family. At the top of a large piece of poster board, write "Job Chart" with Crayola® Washable Markers. Underneath the title, use a ruler to draw horizontal lines across the entire paper, spaced evenly. Draw as many lines as you have chores, leaving about a hand width of space at the bottom of the chart.
Draw the first vertical line about one hand width from the left margin. Label the left column "Chores To Do."
Evenly divide the remaining space with vertical lines to create columns for the 7 days of the week. Write the first letter of the days at the top of these columns.
Under the "Chores To Do" column, write and illustrate a task in each grid using Crayola® Crayons or markers.
On construction paper, draw symbols (such as stars) to glue on the chart when a chore is completed. Use different symbols for each family member, or write names on the symbols to show who did what job. Cut symbols out with Crayola Scissors.
On the back of an envelope, draw a symbol key. With Crayola School Glue, attach the envelope to the bottom of the chart. Put in the symbols.
Ask an adult to use cut a slit in the poster board to hold a Crayola Glue Stick. Insert the glue stick. Hang up your chart and start filling it.
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