My Job Chart Free Online Site

My Job Chart is a free online site where I can assign chores and rewards for my daughter. There’s a list of chores to choose from along with a calendar to I can set up the days of the week that I want Sammi to feed the cats, set the table and take the dishes out of the dishwasher. We choose the rewards together that she gets at the end of the week for completing her chores.

The lists are customizable, meaning that I can add chores and rewards and assign them for every day, or just 3 days per week and even add if they are to be done in the AM, PM or both, etc. Each chore or job is worth points and the points can be adjusted as well.

We each get our own profile with a photo and log in info. When Sammi completes her chores at the end of the day she logs in and checks them off. Her points are added up and I get a summary email each day. At the end of the week, I know exactly what reward(s) she is entitled to.

This online chore chart makes keeping track of chores and rewards easy. It keeps Sammi accountable because she can see exactly what she is to do and is responsible for checking off when she is done. The site helped both of us decide on chores that were out of the ordinary for her and rewards we wouldn’t have thought of normally too.

My Job Chart helps keep my family running more smoothly. Since it’s online, where we both spend a lot of time, my daughter and I are more motivated to use it than a regular chart.

I took part in a campaign run my Mom Select for My Job Chart and am entered to win a gift card.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for the review Connie. You’ve mentioned two main things that we are trying to accomplish with the site. One is teaching kids to work and two is teaching accountability for both parents and children. So great to hear that this is working for your family.