Dry Erase Framed Chore Charts? Yes!


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


6.  Get going!  Now everyone can see very quickly (no excuses) what they need to do everyday!


Printable Chore chart available click here.


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Kristen is a Reading Specialist who currently works with children in Kindergarten through 3rd Grade. She is the blogger behind Busy Kids Happy Mom, a site dedicated to fun, practical, and purposeful activities to do with your kids. Follow Kristen on Facebook, Pinterest, and subscribe for updates.

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  1. Rachele Brannon says:

    Hello! My name is Rachele. I just found your blog while researching some GKGW stuff and found your chore chart. I LOVE IT! My kids are under the age of 9 so I would like to borrow your wonderful chart and make one for each of my kiddos that is suitable for each of their ages. I looked at the site you make it on and I can not figure how to change the pictures.. Can you please give me soe pointers. Thank you for any help and thank you for sharing your mommy smarts… :) Rachele

    snipbrannon@hotmail.com

  2. Hi Rachele – thanks for the feedback! I’ll email you with some tips. -Kristen

  3. Rachele Brannon says:

    Thank you! I am so excited to get them started on these new charts!! Thank you again!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have also just found your blog, I have enjoyed! I have four kids that are 7, 5, 3, and 14 months. I would also like some suggestions of this chart to better fit my kids ages. And also a copy that I can print out myself. Thanks my email is wooley1019@yahoo.com thanks again!!!

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