Help your toddler learn responsibility with this fun printable toddler chore chart and chore stickers to go along with it!
Thanks to OLLY for sponsoring this post and giving me a great reason to finally get around to sharing this toddler chore chart! While the post is sponsored, all opinions and ideas are 100% honest and my own.
Back in the day when my son was two (so like a month ago), my one goal for the day was to survive. Now that he’s 3, I’m beginning to feel the pressure to make sure he’s learning a little responsibility and understanding what it means to have a daily routine.
It gets a little tough with all of our traveling but no matter where we are, there are six things that I encourage him to do every single day. And since he’s a toddler and toddlers don’t like to do what you ask them to do, I made a free printable toddler chore chart that he can put stickers on when he does those six things.
And unlike older kids who need summer chore charts that are different, toddlers will thrive on these all year long!
I only included six things on the chart so it wouldn’t be overwhelming. And so I didn’t have to help with more than six stickers a day. The six things we do every single day that made the chart: getting dressed, taking vitamins, helping mom, eating fruits and veggies, picking up toys, and brushing teeth.
Out of those six, five are a struggle every single day. You’d think he would at some point realize that he has to brush his teeth every night before bed. And that yes, he has to get out of jammies before going to preschool. Hasn’t happened yet.
Win-win for our family.
Free Printable Toddler Chore Chart and Stickers
But back to the chore chart. I created two different versions – one for boys and one for girls. And along with the free printable charts, I actually created printable stickers to go along with each of the charts. I helped K figure out which image went with which line on the first day and he’s been able to do it on his own since. And I’ll tell you, the stickers have definitely been working. He actually got dressed without a fight this morning, and that never happens. I may even dare say he’s proud of himself when he puts the stickers on.
You can print the toddler chore charts and stickers by filling out the form below. If you don’t see the form, click here to get to it.
For the chore charts, I just printed them on white card stock. For the stickers, I printed them on a full sheet label and just cut into squares to create stickers.
If you have a 1/2 inch circle punch (I couldn’t find mine), you can use that to punch out the stickers as well. Super simple and super effective.