Updated: Jan 25
Housework is not an easy task, much less when you want to teach children. If you wonder, what is the best age to guide them, is between three to four years. Studies have shown that children of these ages who begin to acquire household chores are more successful in life than those who begin between the ages of 15 to 16 years.
This is because children between three and four years old acquire a sense of cooperation at an early age, developing empathy, Responsibility, and the importance of belonging to a community. In addition, you teach your children tasks that will make them independent in the future. Doing chores at an early age brings feelings of competence,
self-confidence, and a sense of responsibility.
Here are some tips to help your children cooperate with chores around the house:
Make chores part of the routine.
Specify and divide chores; for example “make your bed.”
Focus on developing skills.
Reward the chores done.
Establish consequences of the unrealized ones.
Teach your children tasks as simple as housework, for a brighter and more successful future for them. It does not seem easy but with patience you can make your children become very dedicated and responsible citizens.