Create a chore chart for children in the home or for weekly classroom chores with this Power Point template. For use in the classroom, use clothes pegs or magnets to put the student’s name beside the chore for that week.
The grey section at the top is intended for weekly routines, the white space in the middle is for weekly chores, and the bottom row is for very important chores. The numbers on the left indicate how many times the chore should be completed that week. Place dots on the days that the chores should to be completed. Hold SHIFT+ALT to duplicate dots and move them around in a straight line (ALT=duplicate; SHIFT=straight line).
I’ve also supplied a chart with no grey sections for chores that have equal weight.
1. Have a chore that says, “Have Fun!” This could be used for days off
2. Use stickers to indicate when a chore has been completed and use as a positive reinforcement tool.
ABOUT THE FILES:
300 dpi background image
Free Font Used: Bear Hugs
IN THIS PACKAGE
1 Power Point File - 2 Templates
1 PDF Read Me File
Decorate your charts or other resources with these Fun Clip Art Designs
Do not redistribute the resources in this document. Please direct other teachers or parents to Little Monster's Classroom
to download their own copy.
This resource utilizes a font from Dafont
The fonts in the example given (2nd image with specific chore examples) differ slightly from the actual template (Last 2 images with generic chore topics), as the original design was created in Adobe Illustrator and was changed slightly to create a template version per request with free fonts that could be acquired by any user.
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