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An easy way to start getting the kids to help around the house or keep track of their daily responsibilities.


Material

  • 1 Packet of Wooden Pegs
  • 1 Piece of Cardboard or Card Stock
  • 1 Piece of Ribbon
  • 2 Washi Tape

Method

  1. Label wooden pegs with chores or responsibilities.
  2. Put a piece of washi tape on each peg to colour code them.
  3. Cut cardboard or card stock to a suitable size, decorate and thread ribbon through the top to hang it.




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    • 28 Jan 2015
      10:59 am

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  • Looks amazing thanks for sharing your project

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  • Such an ingenious idea to get the kids involved in doing chores. Wish I’d thought about this when my boys were young.

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  • Oh great easy idea!

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  • Great idea !

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  • This is such a cool way of keeping track :)

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  • It’s a great idea and stops jealousy in the house with kids feeling hard done by or one thinking they are doing more the others. Thanks for sharing

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  • Great idea…and so easy to make it

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  • This is great way to encourage kids to do household task.

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  • I need something like this in my house I can see this working

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  • This is a good craft to have.

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  • This is such a great idea. I wish I’d thought of something like this when my son was younger.

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  • Very artsy! I just gave my kids a list of chores.
    They have
    Daily,
    Twice a week,
    Weekly,
    And every 2 weeks
    Then there is a bonus chore chart
    It doesn’t look pretty like this. But still works

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  • Love this idea, just not sure how to stop them loosing the pegs, especially the least liked ones.

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  • What a great idea. My son loves helping around the house but there are some things he is still a bit small for but this would be fun for him because it would be his special jobs. Love it. You could also make something similar for behavior.

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  • In hindsight, if I made this for my kids…..it wouldn’t have got much use. They weren’t the best at doing chores

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