Looking for Chore Ideas for Your Kids? Start Here!

Looking to get your kids more involved around the house to instill good values in them? Then checkout this article we found with some chore ideas broken down by age! Here’s to getting your kids involved with your household!

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When it comes to helping kids help themselves, I think the biggest barrier we face as parents is that it’s often faster and easier to just to do it ourselves. But taking the time to get children involved when they’re young–and eager to help–is an important part of giving them the skills they need as they get older. After all, our job as parents is to raise productive adults, right?

Daily and weekly chores also help teach our kids discipline and the importance of routines which will help them when they’re running their own households.

Chores for 2 and 3 year olds
Two- and three-year-olds are especially eager to help with household chores, especially when you’re by their side. Rather than asking them to pick up toys and then walking away, make clean up fun by turning it into a game. Invite them to dust the lower shelves and furniture while you’re dusting the higher places. And praise them for pitching in with a happy heart!

  • Pick up toys
  • Put dirty clothes in hamper
  • Dust furniture

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