I don’t know about you, but sometimes it’s so hard to get my son to do his chores. He does find motivation in stickers, though, so chore charts are a great solution for us. And since right now he’s into all things Minion, I created this cute and easy-to-use Minion chore chart. I hope you like it!
And if you have a threenager (get it?) and can’t decide which chores to have your child help with, here are a few ideas based on what we do.
- Feed and water the pets.
- Pick up toys.
- Brush teeth (morning and evening).
- Carry trash to the trash can.
- Carry plates and cups to the sink.
- Help make the bed.
- Help put laundry in the dryer.
- Help put away laundry.
- Gather up bath toys after a bath.
- Put dirty towels in the hamper.
You know what your child can do, so that’s why I didn’t pre-fill the chart with chores. Sometimes I give our son a new chore to try to see how he does with it, and if it’s not a good fit, I don’t want it on the chart for the next week. This way, you can adapt the chart easily to your child’s abilities.
How do you make chores fun for your kids?
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