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24 February 2023


Having children can be a joy and a challenge. While they bring happiness and laughter, they also require a lot of effort, patience, and guidance. One of the best ways to instill children with responsibility and the value of hard work is to involve them in household chores. Household chores are not only important for teaching responsibility, but they also give children the opportunity to contribute to the family and build self-esteem.


Children are naturally curious and eager to help, and when given the chance to participate in household chores, they can learn important lessons about working together, respect, and accomplishment. When involving children in household chores, it’s important to start small. You can assign tasks that are age-appropriate and that your child can handle. For example, younger children can be asked to help with simple tasks such as putting away their toys or helping set the table. Older children can take on more complicated tasks such as folding laundry, sweeping the porch, or preparing simple meals. No matter what tasks you assign your children, it's important to remain patient and provide guidance.


Make sure that you explain the task and provide clear instructions. It's also important to let your child take the lead and allow them to make mistakes. This will help them learn from their mistakes and build their self-confidence. Involving children in household chores also teaches them important life skills. They learn to prioritize, plan ahead, and manage their time. They also learn to develop better organizational skills and understand the importance of completing tasks on time. In addition, they can learn the value of working as a team and how to work together to achieve a common goal.


As Muslims, it is important to remind them of the importance of prayer and to encourage them to pray every morning as soon as they wake up and to observe all five daily prayers on time. This will help them to remember to fear God and to live a life of piety.


Lastly, involving children in household chores can help strengthen the bond between family members. Working together to complete tasks can bring a family closer together and help foster communication and understanding. It can also create a sense of responsibility and ownership that can help children take pride in their accomplishments.


In conclusion, involving children in household chores is an important way to teach them responsibility, build self-esteem, and help them develop important life skills. It can also help strengthen family bonds and create a sense of pride and accomplishment. So, the next time you have a task, don't forget to ask your children to lend a hand.


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Big thanks for being a part of my incredible journey. I'm Hadiza Bagudu, a mom, blogger, poet, author, and podcaster. Don't miss out on my other exciting blogs—I can't wait to share more adventures with you. Stay awesome!

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