8.02.2011

{free printable} Color Coded Chore Sticks

If you haven't heard of WHATEVER DEE DEE WANTS than you really should head on over to check it out.  Today I'm a guest on Dianna's "terrific Tuesdays" with my Color Coded Chore Sticks, but she has a plethora of children activities and sewing projects to chose from.





 Now, that's an array of chores if I do say so myself.
Chores have never looked so beautiful before. ;)

PLEASE DISREGARD THE PREVIOUS LINK TO SCRIBD!  THEY ARE NOW CHARGING FOR DOWNLOADS.  THE BELOW LINK IS THE NEW LINK TO DOWNLOAD AND IT IS STILL FREE!

DOWNLOAD COLOR CODED CHORE STICKS HERE
And don't forget to check out WHATEVER DEE DEE WANTS for the my TUTORIAL.
See you over there!

23 comments:

  1. I love them! I'm printing them off to use for my classroom! (Well, I'll change some of them :)

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  2. These are fabulous. Would you mind sharing what fonts you used for the sticks?

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  3. THIS IS GENIUS! TY .. my kids will love it and so will I! :)

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  4. Super cute! Love this idea. Thanks for sharing.
    Britney
    www.jandmseyecandy.blogspot.com

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  5. Thanks for your link! I will be highlighting your post tomorrow on BCD witha link back to your blog!

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  6. I'm so excited to try this. I'm printing the pages now.

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  7. these are great! Thank you. A quick question: what paper do you use when you print? I haven't had great luck mod-podging things my printer has printed (the ink runs everywhere) Maybe it is just me, but any hints would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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  8. Alison-- I would suggest using a laser jet printer if you plan on using mod podge. With that said, I print most of my documents at Staples are other like print shops. Also, when mod podging use small amounts of glue to cut down on the smearing aspect. I use a foam brush and refrain from messing with the bubbles. Usually the bubbles will flatten out as they dry. Hope that helps

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  9. I have used craft sticks with handwritten chores for several years. They work well for my kids. Love your graphic creations...but, I can not get them to print. It only prints part of the first page (when I select file - print). Any suggestions?

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  10. Caren,

    I'm not sure why it's being so difficult. Please email me and I will send the files to you directly.

    -Kirsten
    kirstenfuller(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. Trying to download but it won't let me. Can you help?

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  12. Michelle-- email me at kirstenfuller(at)gmail(dot)com and I will send you the PDF directly.

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  13. This is probably going to sound quite silly, but could you maybe outline HOW you use these? I am trying to establish a chore chart system for our household, and LOVE the look of your set-up... I am just wondering how best to implement it.

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    1. AMoore-- I think implementing the chore sticks can be done is so many ways. First up, I would choose the chores that are age appropriate for your kidlets and then have them pull a stick on the days you do chores or when they're in need of a consequence for a naughty behavior. I've heard of some of the readers writing a consequence on the back of the chores and if the chore is not completed the child sees the consequence right there on the back of the stick. Really, these chores can be done in so many ways and you may use your creativity to implement as you see fit with your kids. More importantly, I created these to make chores more fun for our kids and to give it a game-like feel. :)

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    1. Try the link again. I've uploaded the PDF document through my googledocs instead of Scribd. Sorry it was giving you problems.

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  15. The site now charges to download these. At least that's what happened to me when I tried.

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    1. I've provided a new link for you to use. Sorry Scribd was giving you troubles.

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  16. Was hoping this was truely free :(

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    1. Please check the new link. Apparently Scribd is now charging, but I've made my chore sticks printables available through my googledocs. Do NOT follow the link over at Whatever DeeDee Wants. Click on the link HERE.

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