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Involve your kids in household activities.

I have a 10 year old son. While searching about junk removal at home, I found this article: https://junkit.ca/4-ways-to-involve-your-kids-in-your-junk-removal-process/ on involving kids in the junk removal process. I followed the steps and even my son found it interesting. I think making kids do activities like this from a very young age is important. (The link is shared above)

  1. Ada2 months ago

    ewoods76 thank you so much for sharing a link. I was searching for healthy activities for my kids. But I didn’t find anyone that creates interest of my kid in games. At starting I gave my cell phone or tablets to him. But I was noticed that he was becoming habitual of it. that is not good for his health. Because he missed his dining time and even he didn’t take bath on time. my husband said to me that he is addicting these devices. Because he even didn’t take lunch without his tablets. And when an internet connection is on his tablet then my worry increases about his future. I am too much against of these addicted digital devices. So I found this link and will try my best to adopt these activities. Hopefully, this will suit best for my kids too. thanks again and stay happy.

  2. ewoods761 month ago

    Glad you found this helpful :)

  3. camillenanjala1 month ago

    As much as we parents like to protect our babies, we are also responsible for preparing and teaching them about the various realities of life. The ability to cope with disappointments, accept the consequences of their actions, develop problem-solving skills, and become functioning, independent adults depends largely on our parenting choices. Self-respect, responsibility, and accountability are not things that come naturally to toddlers and young kids. We must repeatedly teach them, show them, and help them to develop these traits and skills through our own actions as well as the expectations that we set for them. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Implementing a cleaning routine that involves your toddler is not only a great way to help keep your house tidy and organized, but it instills responsibility, respect, and dignity at an early age. Making cleaning a regular part of family time promotes teamwork and sets a good example of healthy activities that fulfill a purpose and maintain order in a household.

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