Kid-Friendly Chores That Can Help Teach New Skills

Household chores can function as building blocks for a young person's development.

Giving chores to children as young as two or three years old can help teach new skills.

New skills learned include time management skills, dealing with stress, learning responsibility, and independent functioning.

Chores help connect kids to the greater family unit.  After completing their chores, children can feel a sense of pride in contributing to the household.

This can help reduce household stress, strengthen relationships, and teach valuable interpersonal skills.

Here are kid-friendly chores to get your little ones to develop habit, discipline, and learn new skills that will help them for years to come.

Ages 3-4 *Put things in their place *Feed pets

Ages 5-7 *Make the bed *Pull weeds and water plants *Load and empty dishwasher

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