CHORES

CHORES

Chores help foster responsibility and a sense of involvement and self-worth. Chores should be handled as necessary contributions to the family, not a way to be paid.
CHORES

⭐️ PARENTING WITH PURPOSE PRACTICES  ⭐

TRY THIS 👉🏻Make doing chores a family affair. Praise and encourage children when they do chores in excellence versus perfection.

TRY THIS👉🏻Assign the chore that is the best fit for your child. For example, if your child is impatient, have them do a shorter chore like taking out the trash or sweeping the floor.

TRY THIS👉🏻Charge a fee for whenever your child forgets to do his or her chore.

The Bigger Picture

Teach children to do all things without grumbling or complaining. Chores help kids learn the leadership quality of taking responsibility.

Biblical Reference: Philippians 2:14

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