Last year we went through 365 tips to organize and simplify your home one day at a time, which you can see the entire list of ideas here. With all of these fantastic organization tips to keep your house out of chaos, we decided to highlight some of the best to focus on each month in 2013.
Chores. We all have them. And, we can all choose to dread them or accept them. One important goal in our family is to teach our children the value and acceptance of chores. Our household won’t function peacefully and effectively if everyone isn’t helping, so we’ve made it a point to teach our children about chores from a young age.
It’s definitely a work in progress as the children grow and mature, but it’s also fun to reap the rewards as our kids build a solid foundation of helpfulness. Let’s use this month to focus on Organizing the Family Chores with these tips to encourage your children to help clean, ideas for age appropriate chores, and several examples of different chore charts for the whole family!
- 7 Ways to Help Kids Keep Their Rooms Organized
- 4 Tips to Help Your Kids Clean
- Age Appropriate Chore List for Kids
- Morning Chores
- Grab Bag Chore System for Kids
- My Job Chart: A Free Online Chore Chart with Rewards
- Magnetic Flip Chart for Chores
- Weekly Schedule for Chores, School, and Music Lessons
- Chore Bingo with Free Printables
For more ideas to help you simplify and organize one day at a time, visit the Organized in 365 Archives.