Helpful Little Hands
Posted on 2011-08-08
- Get your kids to look after themselves—fold blankets, put dishes in the sink, etc. Then move on to other chores like watering plants, dusting, doing the laundry
- Consider your kids’ interests but also get them to do other stuff. Explain to them that that’s how the real world is, too.Teach your kids the right way to do things and gently correct them if they screw up.
- Get kids to help each other.
- Chores should ideally bring the whole family together.
- Make sure your kids have enough time for studies, rest and leisure.
- Chore lists are a good idea but your kids should finally learn to do things without being told as they grow up.
- Reward your kid with words, not things!
Your kids will soon be more responsible and confident, making you a delighted and proud parent!
kids enjoy lending a hand and acquire valuable life skills along the way.