These chore charm bracelets are the perfect way to add some charm to daily chores. Pun intended.
Your kiddos will dread doing their chores a little bit less when you introduce these! It adds the perfect balance of fun and disciple to their routine!
If they seem intimidating to make, allow me to ease your mind a little bit. These are so easy to make and you will be able to finish them in no time at all.
What To Do With Chore Charm Bracelets
The chore charms are the perfect reminder for the kiddos to get to work. These wristbands make it a lot less boring to get things done.
If you notice that your dishwasher is always full of clean dishes no one wants to put away, here is your solution. The kids will definitely be on it now.
Do you ever feel like you are the only one who uses the vacuum around the house or takes out the trash? Worry no more. You can add all of these to the charms!
I know that it feels like a struggle to get kiddos motivated to help around the house. I think chore charms are the answer!
How To Make Chore Charm Bracelets
Another great use of these cute charms is for those that have ADHD. These make sure they don’t get distracted and forget what they have to do.
With all of your daily tasks on your wrist, there’s no way you can forget about them. A great way to help someone with ADHD without any medication.
So take a pause and help someone with an attention-deficit hyperactive disorder in a super simple way! It is a great resource!
They probably go down a TikTok rabbit hole as soon as they get home from school. I know the app’s algorithm makes it easy.
Now they will be getting a little reward of satisfaction when they complete a chore! You also won’t have to rely on the “mental to-do list” they claim to have.
You can even ensure they are getting their homework done by making a charm for that as well! From doing the laundry to brushing their teeth, they will get everything done each night!
This is the perfect way to build some good habits in the little ones as well. Save your voice from the tangents you have to go off on when they don’t get things done.
You can even use these for yourself! If you feel like you lose track of what you have to do easily, give them a try!
If you have a particular task you want to add to these, feel free! Make these all accustomed to you and the particular things you need to be done in your home.
How To Make Chore Charms
It is so easy to make these chore charms. Here are a few materials that you will need to get started.
Of course, you are going to want to have your Cricut or another cutting machine ready as well. That is how you will customize each label and charm.
That leads me to another thing that makes me love this chore charm project so much more. There are so many ways you can get creative and make it your own.
If you don’t have all of the supplies you need, you just need to visit your local craft store. Then you can fill up your cart with what you’re missing, checkout, and you’ll be set!
How Do I Organize My Charms?
I have found that the best way to organize these chore charms is by the following three categories: Morning, Before School, & Before Bed.
These are the perfect way to separate your day while also giving you a bit of wiggle room to get things done. Plus, it is very straightforward.
Your kiddos will know exactly what they have to do and when you want it done. Now they will have no excuse for saying “I didn’t know I was supposed to”.
As always, you can switch it up and do different categories if that is what you are feeling. There are so many ways for you to make this your own.
Having a different color for each person is the way I have found works best. That way, you don’t have to have multiple chore charm stations.
You can just make one and everyone will know to just grab their color. It truly is a very simple process to follow for anyone!
It may rattle the little ones at first to see the new system, but they will catch on fast.
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