Kaper charts are typically used by Girl Scouts to divide chores among the members of a troop. To create a kaper chart you need a large piece of paper and a pen or marker. The entire process takes approximately 20 minutes.Continue Reading
Decide which chores are needed based on the activities of the meeting and the group's size. Draw names from a hat to assign chores randomly, if desired.
Group tasks work well for groups with several members. Assign individual tasks to groups with a small amount of members.
If group tasks are assigned, determine the size of the group. Assign members to each group.
Decide how often the chores should be rotated and in what manner. If group tasks are assigned, determine how often the groups change members.
Draw a square grid on a large piece of paper. Write the days horizontally across the top of the paper and the tasks vertically down the left side of the paper. Write the name of the individual or group in the proper square for each task and day.