A  harmonious household includes well-being for all.

 

Routines and attitudes set the groundwork.

 

Establishing routines can begin gently.

 

Begin with one responsibility and design it to be consistent.

 

Set a time each week or each day for the chore.

 

Teach the steps to your child.

 

When it is time for the chore, give your child a hug as you begin together.

 

Do each step together, and ask your child to show you how they do it themselves.

 

Do this several times until the child is ready to do it by themself.

 

Give your child a hug when the chore is finished.

 

Use words to let them know you are glad they are able to be so competent and skilled.

 

Schedule the chore on a paper calendar or on a white board.

 

Have your child add a check or a gold star sticker when the job is done and inspected by you.

 

Make sure the child can maintain this responsibility either by reading the calendar or by seeing that it is written on the white board by his/her name.

 

After this chore is being done consistently, let your child know that they are ready to learn the  next chore.

 

Always let them know how helpful they are.

 

Let them know that they are doing their important part in keeping where they live clean and harmonious.

 

Tell them you are so happy for them to learn new skills.

 

Tell them you are so happy they can do this important work.

 

Taking time to teach each child how to do good work consistently will shift the workload off your shoulders.

 

You will see your children grow up calm and organized over the years as you establish their competence and consistent responsibility.

 

You home will acquire and maintain a feeling of well-being for all.

 

© 2022 Kathryn Hardage

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You will see your children grow up calm and organized over the years as you establish their competence and consistent responsibility.
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Well-Being for All

5/17/2022

A  harmonious household includes well-being for all.

 

Routines and attitudes set the groundwork.

 

Establishing routines can begin gently.

 

Begin with one responsibility and design it to be consistent.

 

Set a time each week or each day for the chore.

 

Teach the steps to your child.

 

When it is time for the chore, give your child a hug as you begin together.

 

Do each step together, and ask your child to show you how they do it themselves.

 

Do this several times until the child is ready to do it by themself.

 

Give your child a hug when the chore is finished.

 

Use words to let them know you are glad they are able to be so competent and skilled.

 

Schedule the chore on a paper calendar or on a white board.

 

Have your child add a check or a gold star sticker when the job is done and inspected by you.

 

Make sure the child can maintain this responsibility either by reading the calendar or by seeing that it is written on the white board by his/her name.

 

After this chore is being done consistently, let your child know that they are ready to learn the  next chore.

 

Always let them know how helpful they are.

 

Let them know that they are doing their important part in keeping where they live clean and harmonious.

 

Tell them you are so happy for them to learn new skills.

 

Tell them you are so happy they can do this important work.

 

Taking time to teach each child how to do good work consistently will shift the workload off your shoulders.

 

You will see your children grow up calm and organized over the years as you establish their competence and consistent responsibility.

 

You home will acquire and maintain a feeling of well-being for all.

 

© 2022 Kathryn Hardage

Well-Being for All

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