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  • Tanya PW

    I am a strong believer in putting my kids to work, this site is a good reminder as to how capable are kids are. 43 Chores Young Children Can Do. For Kids 18 months to 7 Years Old. "The quicker you can pass on chores to your children, the more responsibility they'll have, and the less you'll have to do! Make sure you are expecting great things from your children, and give them the gift of independence."

  • Krysti Thomas

    Teaching your kids chores 43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old)

  • Shelley AleciA

    HOORAY! Elise is a great helper with ALL of her age appropriate chores :) 43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old)

  • Heather Bloom

    43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old). Chore list here we come.

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Chore list...that's kind of a lot for that young in my opinion but it's a good list for an idea of what your child could do.

Get them in the habit of helping while they are still young!

Toy Ransom Box - such a cute idea & will be necessary if my son is anything like i was about cleaning up!

Want to get your kids involved and not sure where to start?Check out this age appropriate printable for ideas from age 2 to 14. Via Happy Housewife

Great idea to add magnets to the back and make a magnetic chore board! Let the kids help paint and decide what kind of chores should go on the pieces! Chore Ring 105

Age Appropriate Chores for Kids: Printable. Ryan does pretty much all the 2 year old ones.

Instead of arbitrarily giving kids an allowance, allow them to choose the chores they want to do so they can earn as much money as they want. Dave Ramsey talks about this.

20 Chore Ideas for 7-Year-Olds - With some accommodations like extra time, I think this is a great list of ideas for the kiddo on the spectrum.

LOVE IT! Let's them know what has to be done and what you need help with. Great way to show community service begins in the home. Put an allowance "value" on the back like good for 1 sleepover, 1 movie ticket, or 1 lipgloss. Know their currency : )

Your child receives a quarter each time he helps out. Then he can "buy" from the house "store." Teach him about money & responsibility.

A blessing for ME! This would hopefully cut down on me repeating myself and help train my children to be heroes to this Mommy!