Large piece of paper or cardboard
Link here for Spinner instructions
When children know their help is valuable, they feel valued, and naturally they’re likely to do helpful things for us and for others in the future.
On the paper or cardboard, list jobs every¬one in the family can do and put the list where everyone can see it. Even a preschool¬er can help with some household chores, like:
Sponge the table
Put out napkins or spoons for a meal
Pick up toys
Help wash the car
Sweep the rug
Beside each job, write a number that corresponds to the numbers on a spinner.
Take turns spinning the spinner to assign a job for the week to everyone in the family. Take the corresponding name tag next to the chore on the chart.
Remember that when you praise your children for being helpful, you are helping them feel proud of the things they can do and for taking on responsibility.