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10 Chore Ideas for Toddlers

After I posted about our success with a paid and non-paid chore system yesterday, many of you wrote in and asked if I could share some specific chore ideas. So, I thought I'd share some lists of age-appropriate chores that we assign in our home in order to give you some ideas and inspiration for wha...
  • Drew Thompson

    Chores are a great way as parents to teach your kids how to do stuff around the house, and it will also help keep the kids out trouble which is a big big YES for most parents. If you can keep your children out of trouble then everyone will be happy.

  • Samantha Flavell

    Toddler Chore Ideas - Need to have a read of this before I create the kids chore charts

  • Titus Smith

    10 Chore Ideas for #nourishment #cuisine #cooking recipe| http://cooking-tips-323.blogspot.com

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