Let them think it is a game.
Then help them build some different tasks for doing work so that it become fun for them and they enjoy doing it.
Some time do some work with them. They will remember it, for all their life.
We sometimes make a race out of it. For instance - who can fill a basket with their dirty laundry and get it to the laundry room first , or set a ten minute timer and see how clean they can get their room in that time and then down to the kitchen for dessert, or everybody run to the kitchen during a commercial and see how much we can get done before the movie comes back on.
by Kristi Sharp 6 years ago
Do you think that kids should be doing chores by the time they are 8 years old?If so, what type of chores? If not, why not?
by Delilah 6 years ago
Do you enjoy doing any of your daily or weekly chores? If so why?for some reason I have always loved washing clothes from start (seperating colors) to the end (folding and putting them away), I have no amazing reason other than maybe because I love the smell of clean clothes and the feeling of warm...
by Sheila Craan 5 years ago
How much allowance do you give your kids, if any, for doing chores?
by BobbiRant 20 months ago
Do you think doing too much for a guy in a relationship, turns him off?A friend told me that doing too much for a guy, his laundry, cooking, shopping, especially in a new relationship, can turn a guy off. She said the more he does for himself makes him feel better. Do you agree?
by ftclick 6 years ago
Our kid has obsessive compulsive disorder. She can find any little black dot or speck in a food and not eat it. - Age 10 - Also she's at the complaining stage of not wanting to help with some chores around the house (unless there's a reward). This is not good as they grow up thinking all work has...
by cactusbythesea 6 years ago
What weekly chores do you despise doing?I don't enjoy doing any cleaning related to the bathroom.
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