Products for Helping Kids with Chores

For some reason, it took me a long time to realize that it wasn’t just for my benefit that I give my kids some responsibilities around the house, but for their benefit as well. They need to learn how to do jobs, and do them to the best of their ability, and this will benefit them their entire lives.

products for helping kids with choresSo I’ve been looking for products to help even the youngest ones to get the job done.

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

A small broom and dustpan set are perfect for younger kids to handle,
and sweep up little messes.

Products for Helping Kids with ChoresMild but effective cleaning wipes are an easy way for little hands
to wipe counters or little spills.
(Choose ones that are safe for the ages of your children).

There are lots of options for dusting materials:

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

Disposable dusting mitts from the dollar store.

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

Washable dusting mitts, also from the dollar store.

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

A favorite of my kids is the Swiffer type dusters.

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

There is always the microfiber cloth.

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

Add a little inspirational music, and you and your children
can have fun getting the chores done!

Products for Helping Kids with Chores

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4 Comments

  1. November 20, 2013 / 5:13 pm

    I’ve always believed that kids should help with chores for the reasons you’ve listed and to free up some of your own time. With three kids I would have gone crazy trying to keep the house clean if they didn’t help.

  2. Chrissy
    November 24, 2013 / 5:42 pm

    My kids both have chores they are responsible for and have since they were quite young! I think it’s very important! Thanks for sharing at our Mommy Club Linky Party! I can’t wait to see more ideas and projects that you have!

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