Parental Tips

  • Chores ultimately become personal responsibilities, teaching valuable life lessons. Pick chores that your child will need to learn.
  • Choose tasks that your child is ready to perform and be sure to teach them with guidance and encouragement.
  • Make sure the list of chores is enough to keep your child busy, but not too busy relative to school, work and family life.

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