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Chores are routine tasks you do around the house on a daily or weekly basis to help keep the household running. Many chores relate to cleaning and tidying up, like making your bed, laundry, or sweeping the floor. But chores for kids could also include babysitting younger siblings, doing their homework, or brushing their teeth.

A chore app is a mobile app that allows parents to assign chores for their kids, track their progress, and give them an allowance electronically. Chore apps for kids are usually a fun and engaging way for kids to tick off their household chores and earn an allowance.

Doing chores helps kids learn responsibility and life skills (like doing their own laundry). One of the best ways to motivate kids to do chores is to give them a sense of control and ownership. This could mean giving kids the option of when they tackle specific chores (like cleaning their room). Caregivers can also motivate kids to do chores by breaking down chores into manageable steps. Finally, reward positive behaviour with praise and encouragement.

When coming up with age-appropriate chores for your kids, consider their abilities and learning styles. Younger children may need to be given simpler jobs, or have tasks explained to them in steps. Parents may also want to consider their child’s maturity level before assigning more important or timely chores like feeding pets or taking out the trash. Finally, when it comes to age-appropriate chores, think about how much time it will take to complete them and whether it’s realistic for your child’s age and temperament. Start small and build up from there!

Most kids can start doing simple chores by the age of three or four. Start younger kids off with easy tasks like brushing their teeth or putting their toys away. Younger children are likely to help (or even mimic adult household chores like sweeping the floor), which may indicate they’re ready to help around the house.

A chore chart helps kids and teens keep track of which daily or weekly chores they are responsible for. A chore chart usually lists the tasks kids are responsible for and they can tick off chores as they complete them. It can be a visual list of chores, or a chore chart can be virtual like in the Mydoh app.