Here comes the question about chores for children that many of us ask ourselves and our friends with children:
So, if you’re ready to start giving some chores for children, you can start as early as age 2. The chores should always be tailored to their age and current abilities. When they are 2, they can easily wipe down the front of the fridge or doors with a wet washcloth, or pick up their toys. They can help you folding washcloths. When they get a bit older, they can fold towels. Also, cleaning their room should definitely be their job, and they can start by helping you as early as age 3 or 4.
Chores for Children
Found this on The modest mom blog. What chores for children do your kids do?
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This is a great list. My kids work harder than any of their friends, but it makes me feel good to know that they’ll go to college knowing how to cook, clean, and take care of themselves (and their laundry!)