Responsibility is a skill you can teach. This book shows you how encouraging this skill
will produce a youngster who becomes a competent adult. Questions about discipline,
household chores, homework, and independent living skills are answered through examples
and exercises. Learn how to—|
- motivate kids to do chores and homework
- build skills in decision making, problem solving, memory, and motivation
- identify what are reasonable expectations for different ages
- determine when you need obedience and when you want responsibility.
The book includes a job chart listing average ages kids do household chores.
Useful for 3–15 years
About the Author:
Elizabeth Crary, M.S.
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