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DIY Chore Chart {Hello Summer}

DIY Chore Chart from Just Between Friends on iheartnaptime.com

Hello! I am Jonie from Just Between Friends and I am thrilled to be here posting on I Heart Nap Time! When it comes to summer, one of the hardest things for me has been structure for my kids. I have a 2 year old and a 4 year old, both girls, and I needed a way for them to know what their responsibilities around the house were as well as a way that I could monitor to see when they have completed them. That is how I came up with the idea that I needed a DIY chore chart that was both functional and easy to use. I am thrilled about the way that this turned out and my girls think it is a lot of fun to switch the chores from “to-do” to “done.”


  • Chore chart printable
  • Clipboards (I found mine at Target)
  • Scissors
  • Velcro (I purchased at Walmart)

DIY Chore Chart from Just Between Friends on iheartnaptime.com

To begin, I needed to design some squares that have chores easy enough for my kids to do them and that I would trust them to do well. I created a simple printable, that you are welcome to use, that you can find over on my site. Once I printed and cut it out, I used my Xyron creative station to laminate the individual squares so that they would be more durable. You can use any kind of laminating. The xyron was the easiest for me to use since I had it available, but could have taken them to be laminated somewhere if I didn’t have it available.

DIY Chore Chart from Just Between Friends on iheartnaptime.com

After the squares are laminated, I turned to my clipboard. I used my Cricut Explore to cut out the to-do and done as well as the names of my girls and attached it to the clipboard. I also just cut strips of vinyl to create the lines to separate the two sides. Once that was added, I put my velcro onto the board as well as the back of my squares. To get the best amount of adhesion, I suggest attaching the velcro and then placing under a heavy object overnight. Otherwise, the velcro will just peel right off.

DIY Chore Chart from Just Between Friends on iheartnaptime.com

After you have your velcro secured, you are ready for use! Your kids will love the fact that they can see when they have completed a task. I know mine have! There is something so fulfilling for them to be able to move it themselves.

DIY Chore Chart from Just Between Friends on iheartnaptime.com

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  1. i am so going to make each of my grandchildren one of these chore boards and give it to them as a gift and i think their parent will love them!

  2. Oh my goodness I just LOVE this! It’s so cute and simple for little chore doers ๐Ÿ™‚ I definitely will be referencing back to this when mister K is old enough!

  3. I absolutely love this idea! As a busy Mom of 6- who also tries to run a successful business from home, organization and helping hands are a must. This is fabulous and I’m so excited I stumbled across your blog. You’re my new favorite person!

  4. I like them allot but i have a cat and more chores ๐Ÿ™

    how can i make them this style is so great and clear for my 5 year old ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. I cannot find the printable images. Love this idea for my two kiddos that are being very very stubborn with chores