Teaching kids responsibility is no joke - half the time they don't even remember to flush the toilet, let alone do their homework without being asked.
The responsibility set is two-part; the daily routine chart acts as a visual to-do list, reminding them of every task that needs to be completed each morning and evening. By showing them the order in which tasks need to be completed, you teach them that responsibilities like chores and homework need to be done before fun things like screen time.
The calendar gives a snapshot of weekly tasks, and helps remind them of tests, field trips, appointments, and weekly chores that need to be done.
By telling kids to refer to their responsibility charts, you eliminate the need to nag them every. single. morning to do every. single. task, making life better for everyone in the household.