Printable Elena of Avalor Helper Chart

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Disney Junior.

In Emmie's world, it's all about Elena of Avalor.

Don't believe me?

Exhibit A, from Halloween last year:

Exhibit B, from Disney World last month:

She's a girl obsessed.

And you know what? I love Elena of Avalor too. She's a brave, kind, smart role model for little girls. She does the right thing (whether it's the easy thing or not) and she's always helpful to anyone who is in need. If Emmie has to pick a character to obsess over, I'm so glad it's one like Elena.Because Elena is such a helper to those around her, I wanted to find a way for Emmie to help both herself and others around her this summer. Emmie was in desperate need of some kind of chore chart, so I thought I'd make one that's themed after her favorite character!

This Elena of Avalor-themed chore chart inspires kids to help themselves and others every day. I printed it out and put it in an 8×10″ frame mounted on our fridge. We use dry erase markers to check off these tasks each day!

This chore chart is perfect for anywhere from preschoolers to elementary-aged kids. I tried to include chores that were easy to complete independently but would be helpful around the home.

You can download your own free copy of our Elena of Avalor chore chart by clicking here!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Disney Junior.

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  1. This will be so helpful to so many young familes! Thank you for sharing at #celebrate365!

  2. What a great idea! My little guy would love to get items checked off on a list like this! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Celebrate365!

  3. Thanks for joining the first ever Reader Tip Tuesday!
    Have a GREAT day…

  4. Sandra L Garth says:

    This makes me wish that my granddaughter was still in elementary school.

  5. I love that your chore list has a ‘helping others’ portion. I think this is a great way to get kids to think about contributing to the household as a whole AND to think about others.

  6. This chore chart is adorable. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best.