Nurture that helping spirit

Whether it’s making dinner, assembling furniture or raking the leaves, many toddlers are quick to offer their ‘assistance.’
If you want your tinybean to maintain that attitude as they grow, it’s important to give them plenty of practice (and praise) helping with chores.

Keep in mind that every kid can do something and it doesn’t have to be directly related to the job in order for them to feel useful (getting creative can mean you actually finish the task YOU set out to do).

Stirring dry pasta in a bowl, ‘measuring’ furniture with a ruler and having a child size rake are all ways that kiddos can feel like they’re contributing to family chores.

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