Here's a cute and simple way to create a chore chart from A Lemon Squeezy Home. We would suggest using Poster Glue Dots or Craft Glue Dots to adhere the magnet to the back of the wooden circle. If the circles and magnets are at least 1" in diameter, you could use XL Glue Dots, which would keep the magnet adhered to the wood and prevent it from splitting or breaking.
chore charts...The kids painted their own chore charts and we added a painted clothespin in the bottom right hand corner to clip notes or money to. The girls also added a flower to the top.
Looking for a creative way to make my kids more involved in chores at home. I can't do everything and learn German, and it's a terrible way to send them into the world. I like this, and it looks pretty easy to do. I'm thinking one for Hannah's room and one for John's.
A 31 1/2"-ish x 11 1/2"-ish wooden board (or shorter or longer depending on how many kiddos you have) Black paint 8 5"x7" metal roofing shingles (found at Home Depot or Lowes) 4 sheets of scrapbooking paper-cut down to 7"x10" E6000 glue 1" square glass tiles-can be found on Etsy Super-strong magnets (I used 1/2") Diamond Glaze