Daily Cleaning Schedules (AKA Chore Chart)

Daily Cleaning Schedules (AKA Chore Chart)
Here is a fun Daily Cleaning Schedule for the whole week. You can easily adapt it for the whole family and for different rooms in your home. I like having assigned daily tasks to accomplish. I like to add them to my phone and then be flexible on busy, filled-up days.

Mondays:
Make our beds
Wipe down bathroom, swish the toilet (I have the bathrooms assigned to children - I do the Master)
Clean one room, including vacuuming and dusting - (loft, library, family room, living room, craft room, entertainment room, stairs, etc.)
Do at least one load of laundry - including folding and putting away(We have 9 people in our family - we do 2 loads a day - more on the weekend)
Clean kitchen after every meal - (counters, floor, table, chairs)

Tuesdays:
Make our beds
Wipe down bathrooms, swish the toilet.
Clean one room - including vacuuming (see list above)
Do at least one load of laundry - fold and put away
Clean kitchen after every meal/snack - clean microwave - inside and out

Wednesday:
Make our beds
Wipe down bathroom, swish toilet
Clean one room - including vacuuming (see list above)
Do at least one load of laundry - fold and put away
Clean kitchen after every meal/snack - wash down fronts of appliances

Thursday:
Make our beds
Wipe down bathrooms, swish the toilet.
Clean one room - including vacuuming (see list above)
Do at least one load of laundry - fold and put away
Clean kitchen after every meal/snack - mop the floor

Friday:
Make our beds - straighten rooms - vacuum
Wipe down bathrooms, swish the toilet.
Clean one room - including vacuuming (see list above)
Do at least one load of laundry - fold and put away
Clean kitchen after every meal/snack -
Vacuum living room/family room

Saturday:
Wash Sheets - then make our beds - Dust bedroom
Wipe down bathrooms, swish the toilet.
Clean one room - including vacuuming (see list above)
Do at least one load of laundry until completely finished - fold and put away
Clean kitchen after every meal/snack - Clean out refrigerator/freezer.
Organize Meal Plan for the following Week

This schedule works for us - most days. Like I have said before - schedules are only good if you don't have any plans. So be flexible and work things in around the things that you have planned. Time the children and yourself or put on some music and dance through it! However you choose to train your children - make it fun for them and you will have fun as well!

Make it a great one!







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