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Emoji Themed Cleaning Checklists and Label Tags

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It’s a never-ending battle, isn’t it? Keeping the house clean and organized when you still have kids living in it. What’s that line from The Incredibles? “Can’t this place stay clean for even 10 minutes?” Well, there are a few things we can do to improve the situation. I’m so happy to have some awesome Emoji-Themed Cleaning Checklists and Label Tags to help you with this task today!

Get the 9-page printable pack of Fun Emoji-themed Chore Pages to guide your kids in cleaning their rooms, etc. Includes checklists and label tags. #chorelist #printables #homeschool #ichoosejoyblog

Make sure your kids know how to clean.

It takes training, effort, and follow-up. “Don’t expect what you don’t inspect.” The nice thing is that once you’ve taught one kid how to clean a certain area, they can help train the next child!

Make a plan.

Have certain people and certain days or times for specific chores. My kids know their unique meal-time kitchen chores, afternoon clean-up chore, and Saturday chore (bathroom, vacuum).

Do your kids need to learn how to take care of a pet? Take a look at this pet dog chore chart.

Change it up.

Adjust as the kids grow and activities change. Now that my oldest son has a job outside the home, he doesn’t do as many at-home chores. And, as my younger kids grow, they can do harder tasks!

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Invest in good cleaning tools.

I love my canister vacuum which is easier for my kids to use than a heavier push vacuum cleaner. High-quality toilet brushes are a must. And, the Swiffer-type mops work great for a simple mopping job by a 7-year-old.

Make it fun!

You’ll love my new Emoji Themed Cleaning Charts and Label Tags. They’re so cute! Use the Bedroom, Livingroom, and Bathroom checklists to teach your kids what needs to be done to clean each room. Or, write out your own plan on the blank checklists. There are also 3 pages of labels. Put these on bins, boxes, baskets, shelves, books, etc. Anything that needs to be organized.

Here are some good daily lists for a mom to do.

Do A 30-Day Challenge

My brand-new Family Winter Cleaning Planner and 30-Day Challenge will help you get your home set for the winter! Be sure to sign up all family members: Mom, Dad, and kids to divide up the work and get everything deep-cleaned and organized for the new year, new season, or new month!

You even get a 30-Day Cleaning Challenge page with one cleaning project per day. Yes, you can do this, and won’t it feel good?

Get a free sample here.

Or, purchase the entire set for only $2.50!

**Regularly $5, get it for 50% off through January 7, 2024!

Family Winter Cleaning Planner and 30-Day Challenge

Included Planning Pages:

  • Cover Sheet (This Family Winter Cleaning Planner Belongs to ________)
  • 3 Winter Family Cleaning pages
  • 3 Winter Daily Cleaning pages
  • 3 Winter Weekly Cleaning pages
  • 3 Winter Monthly Cleaning pages
  • Winter Cleaning To-Do List
  • Winter Cleaning Notes page
  • 30-Day Winter Cleaning Challenge page


Beautifully designed with muted grays and blues, you’ll love the look of this planner created to get your home organized and cleaned.

Includes specific cleaning jobs such as:

  • Deep clean the kitchen appliances (refrigerator, freezer, etc.).
  • Clean and organize kitchen cabinets and drawers.
  • Check and maintain the HVAC system, including changing filters.
  • Inspect and clean gutters to prevent ice dams.
  • Clean and organize their closets (donate winter clothing).
  • Help with shoveling snow from the driveway and walkways.

Get the 9-page printable pack of Fun Emoji-themed Chore Pages to guide your kids in cleaning their rooms, etc. Includes checklists and label tags. #chorelist #printables #homeschool #ichoosejoyblog

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