7 Ways to Teach Kids Good Work Ethic While They are Young – The Realistic Mama

Equipping kids with a good work ethic early on will take them from ordinary to extraordinary, especially when they start looking for their first job. Beginning this process when  they are young is the best way to instill this trait strongly within them – we want working hard and well to be like second nature for our kids. Today, with the help of Kronos (our sponsor), we are sharing 7 ways to teach a good work ethic while our kids are still young.

1.Give age appropriate chores. This is a great way to help kids start learning about responsibility, getting tasks done in a timely manner, and working hard. Remember to be patient in the beginning – initially, it can take more time to teach our kids to do the work, rather than just doing it ourselves! By making sure the chores are age appropriate, we can encourage independence and keep our ultimate goal in mind (rather than taking over!).

2. Have extra jobs that they can do for pay. In our house, chores are unpaid. They are done because our kids are an active part of the house and family. However, having extra jobs available to earn extra bucks starts to teach kids the value of money. We always say that chores get done first and then they can go to the work board and choose extra jobs for pay.

3. Model hard work for them. Leading by example is one of the strongest ways we can teach our kids. Actions speak louder than our words. If we expect our kids to make their beds first thing in the morning, let’s make sure ours is made too! Not doing this can create a confusing double standard and lead to resentment and bad attitudes. Click Link Below for More.

Source: 7 Ways to Teach Kids Good Work Ethic While They are Young – The Realistic Mama


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