It hasn’t always been common knowledge that toddlers and preschoolers are capable of successfully performing tasks to help keep the house clean.
But now, as a society, we are finally catching up a bit more with wonderful teaching methods like The Montessori Method, and we are starting to help our children get on the right path to independence.
Preschoolers and even toddlers are capable of performing small tasks, be it picking their blocks up or wiping the table. In this post, there is information about an editable printable chore chart for kids that might know or not know to read.
And don’t forget to check out our chore chart hub! It has great ideas to pick the perfect chore chart for multiple kids!
Messes are part of childhood and that is ok, but we also need to clean them up. In our home, this was becoming a bit of an issue, so I am sharing with you this post with an easy way to keep a preschooler’s room clean.
As a bonus, this post comes with a FREE printable of the chart! Read on to find out what we did.
12 Printable Chore Charts Pictures and Practical Activities
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Montessori Practical Life Activities & Printables Bundle
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Steps to Brushing Teeth for Children (Printable Chart and 3-Part Cards)
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Printable Montessori Practical Life Activities Checklists$7.00 Add to cart