How has initiating chores in your household affected your children’s behavior?

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  1. Libman

    Libman Administrator

    Q5. How has initiating chores in your household affected your children’s behavior inside and outside of the home?

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  2. cmlgill

    cmlgill Member

    Oh they whine but it actually helps them understand that you have to work for good things. That they are a vital role to running a great household and that what they do matters.
     
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  3. Tiffany Dover

    Tiffany Dover Member

    They listen much better! Much more polite! Always want to help clean up etc when we're at a friends house! We don't have to ask them to do as much because they do it on their own!
     
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  4. Ashley

    Ashley Member

    It makes them become more responsible!
     
  5. Regal Pepper

    Regal Pepper Member

    Sometimes things get put away without me asking.
     
  6. rose lew

    rose lew Active Member

    A5- Chores definitely has been positive on their behavior. They know that these things need to be done and is a regular routine for them #CleaningAsAFamily
     
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  7. AngelaNicole

    AngelaNicole Member


    "i WOULD like to think that it has installed some kind of value in him....due to him working towards an allowance or "fun time"...i think he appreciates doing chores more.
     
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  8. itsbecslife

    itsbecslife Well-Known Member

    Initiating chores in my household has greatly impact the children's behavior outside of the home because they are more responsible. They know every action has a reaction. At home they pick up after themselves and cause less of a mess (because they know they'll only end up having to clean it later!)
     
  9. a5 they tell others how they help! I think they will have a positive influence on others!
     
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  10. Chores bring a sense of self worth and at the same time bring discipline. What they learn at an early age will stay with them into adulthood (things like responsibility)
     
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  11. Amanda

    Amanda Libman Family Blogger

    I have noticed they try harder to keep things picked up especially in the family room which is awesome! They are pretty good about picking up toys at friend's homes before we leave, but sometimes they still need to be reminded to help out.
     
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  12. Angela Hendricks

    Angela Hendricks Well-Known Member

    My son seems to be proud and have a sense of responsibility....okay, honestly? He hates doing his chores, he rather play Nintendo and I don't blame him, chores are no fun! I do believe that it does help him learn about being responsible. At least I hope so!
     
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  13. Scrappiedoodle

    Scrappiedoodle Active Member

    A5: When my son goes to other kids' houses to play, he always helps clean up the toys. I think starting him early has made him really respectful, and polite, too #CleaningAsAFamily
     
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  14. well they would complain but then figured out they could complain but they still had to do it.lol
     
  15. itsbecslife

    itsbecslife Well-Known Member

    Great answers everyone!
     
  16. that's great, I think if older kids initiate it, then the little ones will follow
     
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  17. Scrappiedoodle

    Scrappiedoodle Active Member

    Reminds me of my childhood bahahaha #CleaningAsAFamily
     
  18. Avis Tucker

    Avis Tucker Well-Known Member

    Responsiblility given to a child starts from inside a home, so that they can be productive and responsible outside of a home. Being conscious of their own responsibility gives pride and sense of accomplishment! #CleaningAsAFamily
     
  19. it was mine that's for sure and now mine do the same to me lol
     
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