Josh Kilen writes books that help parents connect more deeply with their children. Whether it's a book about getting your child to do chores or bedtime stories that they'll never forget, his goal is to make your job as a parent that much easier. He and his wife, Megan, live in Port Orchard, WA where they raise their son, Sean. You can read more about his bedtime stories at tellmeastory.joshkilen.com.
Chore-Awesome! How to get your kids to do chores without askingby Josh Kilen
When it came to chores, every day was a struggle with our son. I basically had to stand right there and watch him complete the task at hand. Even then it wasn’t a guarantee that the chore would be done right. But how do
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How do you get your kids to happily do their chores? I learned the secrets and share them with you in this short, but powerful book.
When it came to chores, every day was a struggle with our son. I basically had to stand right there and watch him complete the task at hand. Even then it wasn’t a guarantee that the chore would be done right. But how do you make your child do something they hate to do? I learned there's a secret to making chores irresistible, turning kids from reluctant to excited in a matter of minutes.
In this short guide I show you how to turn chores into a game that your child won't be able to resist playing, and how to sustain that game over time. You will learn the secrets to making the most dreaded tasks sources of joy and excitement for your children.
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I want someone to lend it to me. I am eleven and hate chorrs so much! I have a tip for you guys though. Try turning the chores into a game.
I am a 12 year old boy and now I know what my mom would do if she read the book. I only have the sample but it seems like a good book.
Although a little but short, this is a great book about getting kids to help around the house. I give it 5 stars for the cool idea alone, but the author actually gives examples from his own experiences using this system. I think it's well done and definitely worth a look for parents.