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10 free printable weekly chore charts for instant download!
Hey guys! Alright, so I recently did a post with 10 free printable daily chore charts at the request of one of my friends. They turned out great, and I decided to use one for my daughter! However, she is only 3, and I quickly realized that even having her do small chores every day is kind of overwhelming.
I also recognize that some chores are better suited to be weekly chores. Like watering plants, dusting furniture, taking out the trash, help folding laundry, etc. So I decided to redo the charts to also make a weekly chore chart option! I decided to make them 5-week charts because that roughly equates to a month.
I’ll probably make version of these that have no timeframe, too. Those will probably be more of an “accumulate a certain number of stickers and you get a reward” type thing for the less structured free spirits out there. I’ll get to those eventually 🙂 For now, the weekly charts!
And here are the 10 free printable weekly chore charts!
1. Rainbow weekly chore chart
This one is a total ripoff of one of the printable sleep sticker templates charts I made. I loved the design so much that I figured, why reinvent the wheel? Let’s make it a chore chart, too. In the printable sleep charts post, there is also one that’s train-themed.
2. Rainbow weekly chore chart version #2
And another rainbow chore chart, this one that takes up a bit less ink. Because who doesn’t like rainbows? If you’re printing at home, the smaller rainbow and muted squares might be a better option.
3. Straightforward chore chart #1
The next two are really similar. Very straightforward for someone who wants a no-frills weekly chore chart. I had to add some color, though!
4. Straightforward chore chart #2
And here is a version that’s just slightly different. I liked both, so I decided to keep them both. Also a very simple one. Perfect for any kid or adult 🙂
5. Bright dinosaur weekly chore chart printable
This one started off as a potty tracker chart—a series I’m still working on. But then I decided I liked it more as a chore chart. This is the one R picked to use for hers! I had it printed on card stock at staples so it would hold up better.
6. More muted dinosaur weekly chore chart printable
I love this one because the colors are a bit more muted, and I love how the dinosaurs neck wraps around the word “my.” All kids love dinosaurs, so why not do two dino options? 🙂
7. Magic wand printable chore chart
This is the one I designed for my friend—I love the cute magic wand. Spots for 5 tasks to complete each week, and this one doesn’t take too much ink with the white squares.
8. Fairy-themed weekly chore chart
And another magic option for the little ones who like fairies. Muted colors for the squares, and if the 5 task spots on the magic wand one weren’t enough, this one has six!
9. Cheery weekly chore chart printable
No images on this one, but I figured the different bright colors were enough. I didn’t want it looking too busy. For this one, there are 7 spots for tasks, so it might be good for older kids!
10. Plain ol’ black and white chart
And this one is exactly the same as the cheery one, just in total black and white. Honestly, this one would probably be good for adults like me who need to remember to do things weekly like water certain plants! (Adults: I also have free printable to-do lists on here and a free printable plant watering tracker on my other site!)