Back to School Chore List – Free Printable

Free Printable Chore Charts


Print your own colorful Chore Chart here:  

download the blank chore chart here

download the lined chore chart here

download the completed chore chart here


During the summer, we’re pretty laid back. The girls love to spend the night in each other’s rooms and they stay up late giggling and whispering to each other. They have a few chores to do, but everything is a lot more casual when school is out.

But now that we’re back in school, things are back on schedule. I need the girls to do what they’re supposed to do in the morning so we can get them to school on time. After school, they’re expected to do their homework and their chores before playing.

To help remind the girls what they’re responsible for each day, we have this checklist on the fridge.


Back to School Chore List printed on my HP


It’s just something simple I made on my computer and printed out, but it makes life a lot easier. My daughters and I can look at the list throughout the day and see what still needs to be done.

I love my lists! I have lists for blogging, lists for the kids’ school assignments, lists for household projects to complete, and many more. I’ve started lists on my laptop before, added lists to my iPhone, and even used online list services with reminders. You name it, I’ve probably tried it in an effort to get organized but none of them work for me.

I always come back to the good old paper-printed list.

I can hang my paper list up near my desk or on the refrigerator, tuck it into my purse or add it to my work binder. It’s just simpler for me to have easy access to it whenever I need it and to keep seeing it as a reminder of what I need to be working on. And because I love all things pretty, my lists make me happier when they have color.  Aren’t these just prettier than plain lists? 


Printable Chore Charts

(Download your favorite chore chart below!)


Because I love my pretty, colored lists, I depend on my printer to get the colors right and to stay true without fading.  For that reason, I have an HP printer.  

I was lucky enough to participate in a study about HP ink a few months ago and saw firsthand the difference between HP ink and other brands. The HP printed photos and charts were more vibrant and true to the original color and didn’t fade like other inks. Even in a side-by-side test with photos taped to my window in extremely hot, very bright sun, the HP ink stayed truer and more vibrant than other inks.  

Here are a few great facts about HP Printers:

  • HP delivers unparalleled quality and peace of mind to customers, who know that they can count on their Original HP ink and HP printing system to deliver reliability and value every time.
  • HP invests significantly in research and development to design and test its printers, cartridges and papers to work together seamlessly as a printing system. By better understanding the science and innovation behind the development of Original HP ink, it is easy to see why HP ink is worth it.
  • With Original HP ink, customers don’t ever have to decide if the quality of their printed photographs or documents is just “good enough.”
  • HP understands that there are different types of customers with diverse printing needs and offers a wide variety of choices at various price points to help customers maximize value


HP Printers and Ink

Original HP ink delivers unsurpassed quality and reliability so when customers purchase HP ink they know they will get exactly what they pay for— superior performance, value and peace of mind. 

What is on your Back to School List?


Disclosure: Compensation was provided by HP via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of HP.



  1. Ruth Hill says:

    Thank you.  I am sending this to my mom to print for my daughter!

  2. Serenity could use this. We always have issues staying on track.

  3. oh what a great idea and easy parenting tool! it might sound weird, but I;m looking forward to using these types of things with my son :)

  4. What a great idea!  Thanks!

  5. Chore lists like calendars are a must for our family. I’m thinking about color coding them for each person. thanks for sharing. 

  6. I am a huge list maker too! I have them everywhere… both written and on my phone. Great charts!

  7. Nice!  Thank you!  :-)

  8. I came across your blog thru Pinterest and I LOVE it!  Your charts are so pretty and I can’t wait to use them!  Thanks for helping this mommy out as I plan for the upcoming school year!  God bless!

  9. How do you make a chart with the circles? So cute. I cannot for the life of me figure  it out.

    • I think I made that one with GIMP, but you could use PicMonkey. Add green circles and then add smaller white circles over them. :)

  10. Lisa Cocker says:

    I just found this and I LOVE it! Its perfect – even the chores you used – I was wondering what font you had used? I wanted to add one thing to my little ones chart.

    • I’m glad you like it. :) The font is Pea Devon Caps:


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