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Free Preschool chore Chart Printable. Over the years, I have used many visual schedules during therapy sessions for my kiddos in the clinic. It’s amazing that even young children who cannot read pick up routines and expectations with visual cards quickly. I am not working as a full-time pediatric physical therapist right now, but why not use these same skills in my home with my children.

A visual schedule brings comfort to kids. They know what to expect of their day. Even young children who cannot read can see the picture schedule and determine the next activity. Visual schedules limit the many repetitive questions. This can give us more energy and extend our patience. While it may take more time and work now to include our children in helping around the house, it is time well spent. When we take the time to teach and develop good habits in our children, they develop a sense of responsibility and sense of accomplishment while building confidence and developing life skills.

Thus, I am giving you my FREE preschool chore chart printable. And no, preschool age is not too early to start developing lifelong skills and habits. We are taking a gentle and loving approach to preschool, incorporating read-alouds and consistent routines with a rather large margin of grace. I hope this chore chart and visual cards guide you and your kiddos into more peaceful days filled with intention and joy!

Remember, you and your children are wonderfully made. Your family has been knit together with such fun threads of uniqueness and blessings of beautiful personalities, so your daily routines and essential daily chores may look a bit different. And that’s okay!

Grab these fun visual supports, each featuring a corresponding icon for each chore. In this blog post, you will find instructions for the free download, a list of benefits of chore charts, methods for using a visual schedule, and a personal bit (at the end).

What’s included in the Free Preschool Chore Chart Printable bundle?

  • 13-page bundle with 46 individual chore cards with corresponding icons for each task, editable blank cards for easy write-in options based on your family’s needs and weekly chores, and 8 chore chart options with fun themes including flowers and outer space (planets, rocket ships, and stars). The chore visual cards include hygiene tasks, household chores, simple tasks and other age-appropriate chores for younger kids but can be modified to work for kids of all ages by using the editable blank cards.

Here is an example of what is included in the Free Preschool Chore Chart Printable Visual Schedule:

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Free Printable Chore Charts – Flower-Themed Option

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Preschool Picture Chore Charts – Example of Visual Chore Cards

How to Print the Preschool Chore Chart Printables?

Print on Cardstock.

The pdf file includes 13 pages. Print at home, local library, or store. The pages contain low to moderate levels of color to help draw the attention and delight of younger children. For best results, print the chore chart and chore print cards on cardstock. Choose one of the colorful chore charts or the black and white option.


I highly recommend laminating the chore chart and visual chore cards for increased durability. Laminating the cards also allows you to write in various options on the blank cards with a dry-erase marker.

What are the benefits of a visual chore chart?

A visual schedule or chore chart can be a powerful tool and a fun educational resource in the home.

Here are a few benefits of using a visual schedule or chore chart at home with children:

  • protect your family culture and morning routine by building good daily habits and independence with self-care tasks such as brushing teeth, washing up, getting dressed etc.
  • set the tone for your home (order vs. chaos)
  • creates consistency (consistent routines offers comfort to children)
  • aid with transitions for younger children or children with special needs
  • develop known and clear expectations
  • learn the sequence of events (first this and then that)*
  • empower children to be responsible (one of our goals as a parent is for our kids to be independent)
  • develop life skills
  • make the day and evening more manageable

* If a full chore chart is too overwhelming, start with only adding two cards to the chore list. That is why I created the Chore Chart option with “I’m Learning to” boxes. Older children may be able to use the full chore chart options.

How Chores Prepare Children for Life!

How can I use a chore chart with kids?

A chore chart offers a sense of responsibility to a child. It helps them develop healthy habits and understand what must be accomplished each day. The visual chore charts give them cues and remind them ways to help out around the home and to perform daily self-care.

Here is how to make the most of your preschool chore chart printables:

  • Place velcro dots on the back of the laminated print cards and corresponding velcro dots on the laminated chore chart
  • Start with the “I’m learning to” chore chart option. Choose 2 chores to supervise and work on with your child.
  • As they master skills, move the print card down to the “Things I can do to Help” boxes and choose two new skills to work on with your child.

For simplicity, I arrange our chore chart at the beginning of the week. However, it may take weeks or months to master certain skills before my children are ready to learn a new skill.

Tips for using a visual schedule with kids:

  • expect a learning curve for you and your children
  • take time to teach your kids and family how to use the chore chart
  • start by listing essential chores and daily tasks
  • involve your kids in planning and maintaining the chore chart visual and skills to master

How I use the Chore Chart in our home?

I start using a chore chart when my children turn 3 years old. In the early stage of training, I focus more on self-care tasks such as brushing teeth, brushing hair, getting dressed etc. Then, we progress to working on basic skills such as putting away their shoes, matching socks, watering plants, picking up toys etc. As my kiddos master a task, I move the cards down to the “Things I can do to help” list. It is rare that the chore chart changes. Sometimes it takes months to master a skill. We have yet to implement a reward system at the end of the week, but I see it coming in our near future as our older child develops more independence with her daily routine and list of chores.

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Thanks for Stopping By!

Lastly, I want to thank you for stopping by! Please say Hi in the comment section your favorite thing about this Free Preschool Chore Chart Printable. How will you use this chore chart in your home? Regular use of chore charts have become a fun little tradition in our family and makes chores fun! Please feel free to share about your chore chart system. If you find this printable bundle helpful, make sure to look out for my monthly newsletter. Each month, I’ll add new free printables to the subscriber library and include booklists for kids.

I hope you have a beautiful day and happy early learning! I truly appreciate your support and kindness.

– With Great Joy, Katie


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