Make a Kids Chore Chart from a Cookie Sheet – Recycled Fun! You will motivate your young kids and teach them to complete their tasks and to be more helpful around the house.
If you don’t have an old cookie sheet at home, you can easily find them for just a few dollars at your favorite thrift store. We found ours at Goodwill of Orange County. Be sure to keep your eyes open for other treasures when you shop!
Cookie Sheet – avoid non-stick pans (see tips below)
- Spray Paint
- Washi Tape
- Alphabet Stickers
- Magnets (recommend Adhesive)
- Printable Chart Pieces
Step 2 – Add the Details
Next, you’re ready to personalize your cookie sheet with a name and chores. Spell out the name with stickers on the top middle of the cookie sheet. Then use patterned washi tape to make the divisions for both a “To Do” and “Done” column, plus add the reward area at the bottom. We chose five chores to earn a reward, but you can customize this for your child.
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