How to: Keep Your Kid’s Chore Schedule Organized

Isn’t it convenient how children seem to “forget” to do their chores on the days they need to be done? Make sure that can’t be an excuse any longer by displaying their chore schedule in one of C-Line’s Super Heavyweight Plus Reusable Dry Erase Pockets.

This product holds up to 9” x 12” sheets and the dry erase technology makes it very versatile in its application. These pockets come in a variety of colors and the dry erase feature saves paper and time when it comes to creating new chore schedules every week.

C-Line's Super Heavyweight Plus Reusable Dry Erase PocketsUse the  eyelet, to hang the Super Heavyweight Dry Erase Pocket.

Once a chore is finished have your child simply check the “completed” box. At the end of the week clean off the pocket with a dry cloth and your chore chart is ready to go for the next week.

When inserting your letter-size schedule, pull back the flap for easy loading. This unique design also makes changing out documents more convenient. Use the eyelet, located on the top of the pocket, to hang on a tack or fabric board in a place that your child looks at every day so they can remember to check off the list when the task is completed.

Our Super Heavyweight Plus Reusable Dry Erase Pockets are sure to help liven up your child’s chore list.  Although we at C-line cannot promise that your kids will do their chores, we can guarantee that this holder will keep the chore chart protected and visible for kids to refer to throughout the week.

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