27 Creative and Useful Chore Charts for Tweens

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My Emma might be 11 but she still needs guidance when it comes to doing her chores. She loves having a list in front of her and a way to mark it off. That got me thinking one night that she might do well with a chore chart. Unfortunately all of the ones that I could find for the longest time were geared toward younger kids. When I realized that you might have the same problems, I was off and running on a mission. These 27 chore charts for tweens are all geared toward the older child and perfect for any tween who needs a bit more help completing their chores. Take a look because I’m sure you’ll find something that will work for your family!

Printable Chore Charts for Tweens - If your tween is like mine, they will still need guidance and help with their chores. These 27 creative chore charts for tweens are PERFECT! Easy to use, more grown up than most chore charts and printable so you can reuse them over and over again!

The best thing about these printable chore charts for tweens is that they’re grown up enough that even the “toughest” tween won’t feel like their using a baby chore chart. I know my Emma bulked at using anything that was geared at younger kids. You know. She’s 11. That’s grown up apparently. 😉

Printable chore charts for tweens

Take a look at the links below and check out the ones that you think your child will love. I especially love the currency system that I listed first. It gives your kids a great way to earn rewards with a system that they can monitor themselves.

Midget Momma – Chore Chart & Household Currency System

A Pumpkin and a Princess – Ticket Chore Jar

Reuse Grow Enjoy – Printable Garden Chore Checklist

Thrifty Northwest Mom – Printable Chore and Responsibility Chart

Sunshine and Hurricanes – The Importance of Chores For Children

Temecula Blogs – Age Appropriate Chores

The Idea Room – Chore Charts for Kids

Together With Family – Chore List For All Ages (Free Printable)

Penny Pinchin Mom – Creating a Chore Chart That Works!

Just a Girl and Her Blog – Organizing the Kids: Free Printable Chore Charts

Tater Tots & Jello – Make a Post-It Note Chore Chart (With Free Printables!)

Kids Activities Blog – Chores for Kids

The Joys of Boys – Free Printable Chore Charts for Boys

Frugal Mom Eh – How to Make Chores Fun For Kids

My Frugal Adventures – Free Chore Chart Printables + Chore Ideas For Children

Midget Momma – Free Minecraft Chore Charts

The Real Thing With the Coake Family – Free Printable Chore Charts

Simplistically Living – Free Printable Kids Commission Reward and Chore Chart

Making of a Mom – Free Printable Chore Chart

Balancing the Chaos – Kids Daily Responsibility Chart

Passion For Savings – Free Printable Chore Charts for Kids

Money Saving Mom – Free Printable: Age Appropriate Chores for Children

Living Well Spending Less – How to Create a Chore Chart That Works

Thirty Handmade Days – Printable Chore Chart

The Happy Housewife – Age Appropriate Chores for Kids: Printable

Being Brook – Chore Charts

My Blessed Life – Door Hanger Chore Charts

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