Waiting to take charge of your life and get organized? Create a colorful weekly chore chart that you can use again and again.
Make a colorful organizer that you can change every week! With Crayola Twistables®, write down all the important chores you do every day.
On posterboard, list the days of the week across the top. Write your chores down the side of the chart.
Use a ruler to draw vertical lines between the days of the week and horizontal lines between the chores. Ask an adult to help you hang the chart on the refrigerator or another can’t-miss place.
As you complete each chore for the day, place a symbol in the box. At the end of the week erase your symbols and begin again. Change the chores you listed as needed, too. Maybe your whole family could make these charts!
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