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As a parent, I struggle daily to get my kids to help out around the house. I’ve tried a lot of methods, and have seen a lot of fancy chore charts. My favorite thing about this one from Lisa of ModEco Kids is the simple statement at the top of the chart: This is how I contribute to my family. It’s such a great way to turn the typical parental “nagging” into the true show of how we can all work together. Nice!


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  1. Lisa (ModEcoKIDS) says:

    Thanks so much for featuring this chore chart! I’m delighted to hear that you think it will be useful for your family.

  2. Jade Leonard (www.jademonster.net) says:

    This is great! I have just started making my own range of hand made JadeMonster plush toys that support women living in challenging circumstances in Vietnam. I get such inspiration from things like this. We all need to make changes. Keep sharing!
    http://www.jademonster.net

  3. ajudson1 says:

    We really like it as a chore chart and a game to help get our kids keep on track of tasks http://childrenschorechart.com

  4. sarah says:

    I cannot get the link to work to go see (and print off) the chore chart. Is it not there anymore (ModEcoKIDS)? Thanks!

  5. Rachel Hobson says:

    Indeed, it looks like the site is either down or permanently gone. Perhaps you can use the picture to model a DIY version for yourself? Good luck!

  6. Victor Blake says:

    Link is dead.