Hello loves! Here’s a new freebie to help us keep our homes clean and sparkling! Get your free printable chore charts and keep track of cleaning tasks in your home or office. You may also use this to help your kids learn household chores. Plus I made some free printable chore stickers to mark the cleaning days in your planner and chore charts! Use these printables for spring cleaning or regular tidying up. You may also use the chore charts for kids school and even for your bullet journal.
And if you need more printable chore stickers, go ahead and visit our Etsy shop which I will talk about later. But first let’s check out your free stickers!
Marie Kondo’s Konmari method
I am definitely a beginner when it comes to the Konmari method, but it has already inspired me so much. If you’re on Netflix, I highly recommend watching the show Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. I love how she teaches to involve kids with cleaning up and folding clothes. It reminds me of how my mom taught us to take care of our clothes we’ve become very good at ironing them even when we were just kids!
So go ahead and choose from 3 chore printable chart layouts in 2 colors. Use with your kids, or students, or roommates!
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Free printable chore charts layouts
The vertical chore charts work like weekly planners. List down the cleaning tasks for each day so you don’t miss anything. You may also divide this into columns to assign daily tasks to 2 or more kids. Or divide into 5 equal columns to make a cleaning schedule for the whole month.
There are 2 horizontal chore charts. The first one is where you may list down the tasks on the leftmost column. Then you may put a check mark under the days these tasks are to be done. You may also write the names of people in charge in the days column.
To use the second horizontal chart, list down the names on the leftmost side columns. Then write the tasks to be done by each person under the days so they know what to clean each day.
Both free printable chore charts come in 8 rows and 12 rows. Print as many as you need on A4 or A5 size paper. You may also print on US Letter size paper but remember to choose FIT TO PAGE in your printer settings. Click here to download your free printable chore charts!
Free chore planner stickers
And this is what I like more, free stickers! I got some clipart and made then into stickers with house chores. There’s also some blank labels so we can write more specific tasks on each sticker.
These free printable chore stickers were made for A5 size paper, but you may print on A4 or US Letter size paper if you want to make bigger stickers. I always use matte sticker paper to make my DIY sticker sheets.
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Thanks for sharing! Click here to download your free planner stickers. Print both pages on 1 sheet of A4 size paper and then cut in half to make A5 sticker sheets. You may click HERE for instructions on how to print multiple pages.
Need more chore stickers?
Get these printable A5 stickers and labels sheets from our Etsy shop! Each sheet has only one kind of sticker so you may choose which stickers to print and also save more time. I also added 4 more kinds of stickers so go ahead and visit our Etsy shop! CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO VISIT OUR ETSY SHOP.
I’m so excited to add these stickers to my planner! Check my complete list of planner stickers, I always update it every time I have new stickers to share with you.
Also watch this video on YouTube to see how I use some of my free stickers. Remember to SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL to be notified of future videos.
Thanks and enjoy your free printable chore chart and chore planner stickers. Happy planning!