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Age Appropriate Chore Chart

gpipriate chores FOR KIDS AGE 2-3 At this age it's about laying the foundations and understanding that they have a role to play in the household. Chores can include: Picking up their toys Putting dirty clothing in the hamper Helping carry things Unless it's dangerous, don't discourage them if they want to help do other tasks. You may do it faster and better on your own. but the longer they are enthusiastic about chores, the better! AGE 4-7 Improved motor skills and the ability to concentrate gives you more scope for allocating chores like: Making their bed Tidying their room Sorting washing into piles Feeding pets Drying dishes or unloading the dishwasher Setting and clearing the dining table Wiping up their own spills Dusting Sorting rubbish for recycling AGE 8-11 As well as all of the above, older children can: Sweep and vacuum floors Hang out wet washing Fold and put away clean clothes Clean the bath and bathroom basin Make their own breakfast and lunch Load the dishwasher or wash the dishes Peel vegetables Clean their school shoes Empty bins AGE 12 + In addition to other chores listed, children in secondary school can: Wash the car Cut the grass Prepare and cook simple meals Iron their clothes Change their bedding Wipe down the kitchen counter tops Put away the groceries Funifi motivates kids to get their chores done, teaching them responsibility and providing them independence through our unique incentive based mobile app. Now available on the Apple app store. FUNIFI

Age Appropriate Chore Chart

shared by andrewmichaelsa on Oct 15
One issue which stumps many parents who are introducing children’s chore charts is knowing what their child is capable of. You want to instil a sense of responsibility and teach them life skills, bu...




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