Want to add some pizzazz to the Life Skills you're teaching your children? How about a framed chore chart? I've wanted to frame the Chore Charts for forever. Did I? No, never made it on the to-do list.
Why switch now? The paper copies were getting torn, I'd never print out new ones, we'd forget to mark off the completed chores, and on-and-on.
PLUS - my kids never got paid, which defeats the purpose of the Spend-Save-Give banks.
How to turn your thrift store frame into a great dry-erase chore chart:
1. Purchase frames with glass (mine were gold).
2. Spray paint (if you want to). I used my favorite Rubbed Oil Bronze. It is the best!
|I've used it on many items in my house - frames being the most popular.|
3. Print out your chore chart- Click here to see our version.
4. Pop it into the frame. DONE!
5. Grab some of these great markers:
|Love how the eraser is attached - from Amazon|