You might think your child is too young. But your kids may be more capable than you think. Kids can do a lot of chores at an early stage, McIntire says. For example, getting clothes to the laundry or cleaning up after dinner. "We hold back too long because we think they ought to be ready first. But that puts the cart before the horse," he says.
That is, they'll
learn by doing.
Kids want to do things by themselves, but need the right size tools
Give your kids the right size tools . . . then learning is just play!
But how about the closet? Do we expect them to learn to hang up clothes without the right size tools?
• Boost your child’s self-esteem by being able to do something that he/she couldn’t do before
• Encourage an interest in organization and building responsibility
• Allow your child to experiment with roles and situations
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