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Help Kids Get Involved in the Cleaning

How do I help kids get involved in cleaning? Here’s what has worked for me so far:
help kids get involved in cleaning
Getting my kids to pick up their toys is much harder than convincing them to help me clean. B and N love to “clean” up with wipes and B has even started skating around on them to “clean” the floor.
help kids get involved in cleaning

B loves to spray and wipe the windows with vinegar and water which is great for strengthening the hand muscles used to write.

We’ve also tried to make picking up fun by using tongs and having a race.

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WamnWWantWant to hand over cleaning to the experts? Tell us how you have taught your kids to clean for a chance to win one of two prizes!
•First Prize: house cleaner for a day plus $100 in product from Greatcleaners.com.
•Second Prize: A copy of the book 101 Uses for Baking Soda With Greatcleaners.com Clean Club, you’ll never have to shop for cleaning products again. With the simplicity of automatic shipments that fit your schedule and free shipping on every order, plus 25% off your first order, you’ll never have to be without your favorite, essential cleaning products. Click here to join Clean Club today!Want to hand over cleaning to the experts? Tell us how you have taught your kids to clean for a chance to win one of two prizes!
•First Prize: house cleaner for a day plus $100 in product from Greatcleaners.com.
•Second Prize: A copy of the book 101 Uses for Baking Soda With Greatcleaners.com Clean Club, you’ll never have to shop for cleaning products again. With the simplicity of automatic shipments that fit your schedule and free shipping on every order, plus 25% off your first order, you’ll never have to be without your favorite, essential cleaning products. Click here to join Clean Club today!Want to hand over cleaning to the experts? Tell us how you have taught your kids to clean for a chance to win one of two prizes!
•First Prize: house cleaner for a day plus $100 in product from Greatcleaners.com.
•Second Prize: A copy of the book 101 Uses for Baking Soda

 

Want to hand over cleaning to the experts? Tell us how you have taught your kids to clean for a chance to win one of two prizes!
•First Prize: house cleaner for a day plus $100 in product from Greatcleaners.com.
•Second Prize: A copy of the book 101 Uses for Baking Soda With Greatcleaners.com Clean Club, you’ll never have to shop for cleaning products again. With the simplicity of automatic shipments that fit your schedule and free shipping on every order, plus 25% off your first order, you’ll never have to be without your favorite, essential cleaning products. Click here to join Clean Club today!

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  • Reply Teresa Whitehead

    We’ve tried chore charts with varying degrees of success (right now, that degree is low). But letting them have ownership over a certain task really works best for us. tlovell05 at yahoo dot com

    October 21, 2011 at 2:03 am
  • Reply Little Wonders' Days

    We try to do something fun after clean up time, like story time or make a special snack. It’s good motivation. My little Sassyfras washes her hands and helps me put the silverware away when the dishwasher is finished. She does a great job. Little J, 7, helps swiffer the hardwood floors. You can remove one link in the mop handle and make it just right for little ones.

    October 24, 2011 at 1:13 am
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