Pictures beside each task helps pre-readers know what to do (without them interrupting you you with questions over and over).
As kids learn to break big chores into smaller tasks, they build the skills to do this for future projects.
Checklists have a “younger kid” version and a “big kid” version to customize tasks.
With four kids comes a lot of stuff.
And just like you, I’m juggling taking care of little ones, work, and homemaking. I don’t have hours to spend cleaning their rooms myself.
That’s why I came up with these simple checklists. It makes things easier for you and more fun for your kids.
Because (spoiler alert) your kids will actually clean up better when they know exactly what tasks need to be done. That means more play, less mess, and more time for you to do other things.
(That’s teaching your kids to help you clean for less than a half-hour of housekeeping service…)
This pack was built for moms who are ready to finally train their kids to actually help maintain their home.
In the Kid’s Cleaning Checklists, I’ve created an exact blueprint for your kids to follow during chores.
Because honestly, how often have you looked at your messy house and felt totally lost on where to start cleaning? Your kids feel the same way.
You’ll get 3 simple checklists for your kids to tidy up their own living spaces (PLUS a bonus bedtime routine checklist).
AND your kids will learn the skill of breaking a larger task into manageable chunks (which they’re really going to appreciate in high school or college).
The Kid’s Cleaning Checklists is a set of 3 different cleaning checklists (plus instructions on how to train your kids to use them).
Each checklist comes in 3 different color schemes (blues, pink/purple, green/grey, or primary colors) to match your kid’s sense of style. Just print their favorite.
Plus, you get a bonus bedtime routine checklist so the end of the day can be a time to connect (instead of nagging to put on PJs).
If you want your kids to clean independently, my suggested age range is 4-10. You can certainly get them for your 2 or 3 year old, but you may need to help a little more.
Each task has a picture beside it in case your child isn’t reading yet.
These are downloadable pdf checklists, so you’ll get immediate access with instructions sent to your inbox as soon as you purchase.
My suggestion is you print off the checklists for your kids. If you want to make it even easier for them, laminate the lists and then pair it with a dry erase marker. That way, they can literally check off each item, and the list is reusable.
You’ve got lifetime access to these checklists, so you can use it for years to come.
That way, you can reprint copies whenever you like.
I mean, you’ll probably need to help your child learn how to use their checklist the first few times they try (especially if they’re younger). But after it becomes habit, these checklists should really help them learn to clean.
With that said, you have one week to decide if they aren’t for you. If so, just email me for a full refund.
Finally give your kids an easy-to-follow guide for tidying their spaces with these checklists.