By GreatSchools Staff
To use this chore chart: Print it out and then write down the list of chores your child is responsible for. With you child, decide on a reward – some special time with a parent (like watching a movie, playing a game, going on an outing), or even a toy or treat. Put it on the refrigerator or on a wall in your child’s room, and when your child completes his chore for the day, put a star, check mark, or sticker in the square.
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