Utilizing a family house cleaning schedule can help make sure certain chores don’t fall through the cracks. For the days when Molly Maid doesn’t come to clean, those heavily trafficked areas of the home, like the kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, and living room, still need to be cleaned, washed, and/or picked-up.
Our kid chore charts are a perfect start to outlining a family cleaning schedule – adults can use them, too! Our charts include versions containing tasks/chores, and blank versions so you can fill-in your own like the one below. Just click here to download the PDF of your choice, and fill it out! Not sure what to put down for daily/weekly chores…? Keep scrolling for our suggestions…
Some of the chores we recommend adding to your family house cleaning schedule include the following:
- Loading/Unloading Dishwasher
- Tidying Bedroom/Living Room
- Taking Out the Trash
- Starting/Folding Laundry
- Feeding/Walking Pets
What are some chores you would need to add to your family house cleaning schedule? Tell us in the comments section below!