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Age-Appropriate Chores

2-3 Years 4-6 years
• Pick up toys and books
• Put trash in garbage can
• Put laundry in hamper
• Dust
• Put Away Silverware
• Wipe baseboards
• Fold rags and dishcloths
• Put clothes in hamper
• Put clothes away in drawers
• All previous chores
• Take care of pets
• Set and clear the table
• Match socks
• Putting away groceries
• Make bed
• Wipe down dirty walls
• Empty trashes
• Sweep with small broom
7-11 years 12+ years
• All previous chores
• Fold laundry
• Sweep
• Vacuuming
• Take out trash
• Wash mirrors
• Meal prep
• Take trashcan to curb
• Weed flowers / garden
• Clean out the car
• Clean toilets
• Clean room
• Organize toy room
• Bring in mail / newspaper
• All previous chores
• Mow lawn
• Babysit siblings
• Wash windows
• Iron
• Wash car
• Cook simple meals
• Laundry
• Mop floors
• Clean bathroom
• Clean out fridge

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