Looking for a cute chore chart system to make doing chores fun and satisfying? This "building bricks" themed chore chart printable is simple even for your little ones! Make the magnets you want - and your child simply moves them from "TO DO" to "DONE" - not only will they be helping, they'll learn how validating it feels to finish a set of daily tasks!
★ Chart comes in 3 Sizes: 5x7, 8x10 & 11x14
★ 49 (1") Job Icons included (make bottle cap magnets!)
★ Laminate and frame / or put on the fridge
★ Letter "flags" provided for personalization!
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INCLUDED IN THIS LISTING: This listing includes an 8 page PDF that has instructions + includes the chart (shown), a sheet of letters for adding your child's name to the chart and 4 sheets of colored job icons. In addition to the PDF, each sheet is also included in JPEG format for photo printing at your favorite photo lab. The chart comes in 3 sizes (5x7, 8x10 and 11x14) + the letter sheet and job icons are also formatted as 8x10's for convenient photo printing.
TIPS FOR THE CHART: Chose the chart size that works best for you (5x7, 8x10 or 11x14). Print and laminate, then display on your fridge or a magnet board. Or... laminate, remove glass from a frame and put a sheet of metal behind the print to make it magnetic (magnetic sheet metal can be found at most hardware stores).
HOW TO MAKE YOUR JOB MAGNETS: 49 (1") job icons are included in a variety of matching colors. Choose the icons you want to use and punch them with a 1" craft punch. Next either laminate and attach a magnet to the back - or they are perfectly sized for making bottle cap magnets! I use epoxy stickers, flattened bottle caps from Fizzy Pops (link below) and E6000 glue to attach a magnet (see images for a picture tutorial). Blank job icons are also included; using a PDF Editor or the "add comment" function on Adobe Reader you can add your own text or simply write in special jobs with a white ink marker. Take care when using magnets with young toddlers/children.
HOW TO PERSONALIZE: Included in your kit is a sheet of letter "flags". Print as recommended below - then simply trim and laminate the letters you need to spell your child's name! I recommend attaching these to your chart with double stick foam squares - this will "lift" the letters off the chart adding some fun dimension! You can also simply glue them to the chart before laminating. The same letters are used on all 3 charts - the 5x7 can hold up to 5 letters, the 8x10 can hold up to 8 letters and the 11x14 can hold up to 10 letters. Two cute little circle accents are also included and are optional, see graphic for suggested placement.
GENERAL PRINT RECOMMENDATIONS: If printing at home, for best results always use a glossy finish paper and set your printer to it's best quality print setting. You can also save your files to a flash drive and have the PDF printed at your local copy shop. OR... you can order your JPEGS as photo prints from a photo lab just like you would any photo.
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TERMS: Print as much as you'd like for yourself & to make gifts!
- Customer is purchasing printable/digital file
- Customer to print/assemble
- Personal Use Only (Gift Use & Fundraising OK)
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- Customer CANNOT distribute, forward or share digital file
- Customer CANNOT sell items made from this printable
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✔ PDF's are 8.5x11 and can be printed at home or a copy shop
✔ I recommend using photo or glossy brochure paper for PDF's
✔ If printing at home, use your printer's BEST quality print setting
✔ JPEGS are formatted for printing at a photo lab
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