How to Engage Your Kids in Cleaning Your House

There will be a time in your life when you will have to do some cleaning when your kids are at home. I am thinking here about all those times such as school holidays, or even Saturdays. Instead of allowing your kids to run around the house and cause havoc, why not engage them in your cleaning activities? You would be surprised how much they might actually enjoy, and you will get to bond with them as well. Here are some ideas to help you make it reality:

1. Start them young. You might think that your kids are too small to help you with cleaning and you might be so used to doing everything for them. In reality, most kids might be a lot more eager to help you with your cleaning activities than you can possibly imagine. In order to check how ready they are, just offer them some cleaning supplies and see what is going to happen.

2. Organize a cleaning contest where the person who cleans the most wins. Introducing a bit of competition in your family can be really healthy as long as you don’t overdo it. Kids really care about winning, so it is guaranteed to make them motivated to try their best and aim at winning. Even if not all your children get to win, have some spare prizes prepared for them, or alternatively play the game “where everybody is a winner”.

3. Teach them about the importance of tidying up when they are still young. If needed, explain to them the idea of public storage Jacksonville when they are still young so that when they grow up they will be more likely to make those better informed decisions regarding storing their belongings safely.

4. Incorporate fun and music into your cleaning rota. Not only will your kids find it more fun, but also you should be able to have more fun with cleaning by knowing that you can clean and dance a bit at the same time.

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