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    • #86330

      We are in the process of house shifting and there is a lot of waste and unused stuff to be removed and it’ll be a hectic task for me. I think its really a good idea to get my children included in a little bit of house cleaning. But they won’t help me around the house. I read an article https://junkit.ca/blog/4-ways-to-involve-your-kids-in-your-junk-removal-process/ on how to engage children in the junk removal process at home. I think it is really helpful. But I need more advice on this matter? How can I motivate my lazy children to do household chores?

    • #86344

      nice

    • #86361

      How old are your children? That makes a big difference in what your expectations and their motivations and abilities are.

    • #86377

      Yes, it definitely depends on their ages!

    • #86556

      make it a game or competition with rewards at the end

    • #87309

      Depending on age, just make it fun to them and entertaining!

    • #87396

      Its really nice

    • #87633

      good

    • #94014

      Maybe make some kind of game out of it. That way they are more apt to participate in cleaning.

    • #94031

      It might help to restrict screen time until after chores are done

    • #123819

      Some kind of reward for doing all there chores is usually a good way.

    • #123830

      do house chores in the same time…

    • #123854

      Have you watched the Marie Kondo show on Netflix? I watched it with my family and now all of us are eager to clean out the junk at our house.

    • #123869

      a list of what they are supposed to do, they check it off, then get the “reward” (screen time? whatever works for that age). I think maybe they aren’t so much lazy as they don’t know how/what to do. Getting them to do a little work takes a LOT of work on the parent’s part, and sometimes it feels like it isn’t worth it (but it is!!)

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