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Is Your Child Ready to Do Chores?

Is Your Child Ready to Do Chores?

Here’s why you should try…

If you’ve been on tugs-of-war whether you should involve your child with chores at home or not, we encourage you to give them room for independence and sense of responsibility. Giving chores can help them feel accomplished. In our Montessori School in Texas, our learners get to do tasks on their own pace, and this allows them that much sense of independence. While we’re in a multi-age classroom, their tasks are always designed to be appropriate for their age. This is a concept you can also apply at home when assigning chores to your little one.

Here are important benefits of giving age-appropriate chores for your child.

  • Feeling Involved
    This might come as a surprise, but children would like to feel that they’re very much part of the family. You can reinforce this interest by assigning them with chores right for their age. When they feel that they’re doing something for all family members, it can deepen their sense of trust and closeness with the other members.
  • Feeling Affirmed
    Do you remember the time that your boss assigned you a task that seemed new to you? While it felt challenging, you also felt affirmed that you can do it. This is the same perspective we give our child when invite them to help set the table or water the plants. This same affirmation is nurtured in our Spanish Immersion Pre-School in Texas.
  • Feeling Successful
    Right after the task is done, whether it passes your standard or not, your child will feel successful for having accomplished something. This is a very important milestone and value that comes before seeing perfection. When your child gains a sense of accomplishment, they will be more inclined to do chores some more.
  • Feeling Confident
    Confidence is another valuable character you can develop in your child as they learn to do things on their own. When you let them do chores, you’re also giving them the freedom to do it their way, but of course, with your supervision. The more that your child feels that they can do something by themselves, the more they feel confident with their personal capability.
  • Feeling Respected
    Your child also needs to know that their contributions matter no matter what these are. When you consistently affirm them for the work they did in your assigned chore, your child will feel that you’re respecting them and what they can do. This can even nurture their positive attitudes.

The quality experience of our Childcare in Keller, Texas can supplement your training and valuable lessons at home. At Caminito Spanish Immersion and Montessori School, you can trust that we will have your back when it comes to nurturing and rearing your child.

If you’re interested to explore further on the advantages of the Montessori Method for your child, we will be glad to assist you.

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