Frozen Cleaning Printable for Kids

My kids are never overly excited when the time to clean comes around.  It seems like they forget how to clean, they want to hold onto every outgrown shirt and old broken toy! As a mom, it is my duty to make sure they know how to clean and organize. After all, it is an important life skill they will use forever!

To make the organizing and cleaning process a little easier and a lot more fun for my kids I came up with these great Frozen Cleaning Printables for getting the job done with kids!

My girls had so much fun helping with this handy printable tool that I will not be cleaning or organzing with my kids without this printable set for a long time {like when they are teenagers!}


Do your kids help you to clean and organize? If your little ones like Frozen and are learning to help, I highly recommend that you print this cleaning sheet off and make cleaning a ton of fun for the kids! This Frozen Cleaning Printable has made a huge difference in the speed and happiness levels of my cleaning kids!


  1. My daughter and I LOVED to dance. I turned ‘cleanup time’ into ‘dance party time’ so that it didn’t seem like such a chore to pick up her toys. I wouldn’t say she was the best cleaner (or dancer) but making the chore fun made it that much more likely that it wouldn’t be me picking up all of the mess

  2. Would be very helpful. You need to make cleaning fun for kids (and grownups) I believe in loud music.

  3. My granddaughters would enjoy this printable. My children and my grandchildren usually clean well if we set a timer and try to get as much done as we can before time is up. I guess it feels more like a competition to them and they try to out do each other.

  4. My kids don’t get electronics until they do their chores!
    That Motivates them right quick 🙂
    Then they only get 1 hour, unless they play outside for 2 hours then they can get an additonal hour of electronics.

    we also don’t watch TV throughout the day-so they have to go find something to do.

  5. This cute list is a clever way to encourage kids to clean. I think real cleaning tools that are sized for children are also helpful.

  6. I get the kids to clean by just telling them they have to. Just a responsibility of being a person to clean up after oneself.

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