list of chores for a gradeschooler

Once children begin school, they begin to learn some self-discipline. They have more responsibilities at school, so they should also be ready for more responsibilities at home. When a child reaches school age, they are ready to become more accountable for their own space and more understanding of their role at home. Below is a list of chores that a child in gradeschool should be able to accomplish with minimal supervision.

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list of chores for a gradeschooler |

photo by D Sharon Pruitt

  • Make bed/Clean own room
  • Help prepare dinner
  • Set table/Pour drinks
  • Wash dishes
  • Feed/Water/Bathe pets
  • Fold and put away laundry
  • Take out the trash
  • Vacuum
  • Sweep floors
  • Clean bathroom

2 responses to “list of chores for a gradeschooler”

  1. Fantacy so Sweet-n-Stuff... says:

    I just found your blog via MomDot’s giveaway blog and I am already in love with your blog! I have it marked in my rss feed to come back to when I have a couple minutes! Thank you so much for these great lists!

  2. Karrine says:

    Great post ! I am going to share this with other moms :)


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