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Train your Children to do House chores

Updated on April 14, 2013

If you are a Pakistani woman, and a mother, you should be aware of the tasks a woman has to complete in a day. She has to clean the whole house, take care of kids, and prepare lunch, dinner, and snacks throughout the day. Cleaning of the cupboards and cabinets, and keep those full of required stuff are also the responsibilities of a woman. Whether you are a full time working woman, or a working-at-home mom, there are a lot of other responsibilities on you. You can decrease this burden by sharing little responsibilities with your kids. Train your children so that they cannot only do their chores themselves, but can also help you with yours.

Here are some tips that you can use to train your kids to make them able to do their chores by themselves.

  • If you have kids, then you can seek their help in house chores in a simple way. Even very small kids and toddlers can contribute with you. You can assign them work in a number of areas, so that you get some more time for completing tasks that require your attention. You can make them used to do house chores by asking them to clean their room, make their bed, or simply by putting the toys back at the place after they are finished with playing them. Older children can help you by other tasks, like putting plates on the table before dinner, or emptying the dishwasher.
  • There are a number of effective ways to train a young child about doing the house chores than an old one. In this way they would be able to do different chores in the house after they will be grown up. Children look and get inspired by the ways their parents and siblings take care of different matters. Give them a sense of responsibility from a young age. Increase their responsibility, number of tasks, and difficulty level with their age.
  • You cannot leave children alone while they are doing any sort of task, they always need supervision. You have to look them whether they are doing their job correctly or not. As you cannot expect a machine to run on its own without turning it on, in the same way, you have to guide your children how to do a work neatly and nicely, otherwise you cannot expect a good job from them.
  • You can also motivate your kids to give you helping hand in house chores by promising a reward. You can ask them to complete a job, and you will give them their favorite food, toy, or will take them to play land.

These are the simple and easy ways to train your children to do house chores, and made them organized and disciplined from an early age.


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