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One of the best ways to teach your little ones responsibility is to give them a few “chores” that they are responsible for. Even toddlers can help out around the house, so I made this printable Toddler Chore Chart to help show my son the things that he is responsible for.
Andrew loves helping load and unload the dishwasher, so I knew that would be at the top of our chore list. He loves it so much, in fact, that we go through a ton of dishwasher detergent.
But with Rollback savings on the Finish family of products available at Walmart through October, I can feel good about buying all that we need! We have recently started using Finish detergent, and I’m so impressed with how clean it gets our dishes.
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Besides helping with the dishwasher, we also have put Andrew in charge of feeding our dogs, picking up his toys, and helping put away his laundry.
Here are a few other ideas for chores that toddlers can help with:
- Unload Dishwasher
- Feed Dogs
- Collect Dirty Clothes
- Put Away Laundry
- Pick Up Toys
- Put Shoes Away
- Put Away Groceries
- Brush Teeth
For the printable Toddler Chore Chart, I included each of these tasks as a visual icon — toddlers can’t read, so giving them an image that they can recognize helps with memorization. I also color coded them, so you can work on color recognition, too!
Click here to download the high-resolution file.
Printable Toddler Chore Chart
Chore Chart Printable (on white cardstock)
Adhesive magnetic sheets
1 sheet colored construction paper
Cut out each of the icons and attach a magnet to the back.
Tape the construction paper onto your refrigerator. Arrange the magnets beside it. As your toddler completes tasks, allow them to move the icons onto the construction paper.
My son LOVES magnets and is always playing with them on the fridge, so this is the perfect chore chart for us. He gets so excited to move the magnets over that it makes him excited to do his chores!
Do your children have chores?
What a cute chart, and it’s great to hear that you found such a quality dish detergent! #client
These are great! I wonder whether anyone’s come up with more they’d share? Though I suppose I could take photos and make magnets of those instead of the adorable icons. Just…some of these I’m not willing to let my kids help me with. LOL While I can think of a few additional ones I’d use, like read a book, play outside, or wipe down door knobs.