garage kids chores


Below I've listed examples of garage kids chores that they can generally do by certain ages. Your child may be capable of doing a chore sooner or later, depending on her level of concentration, fine-motor skills, or maturity. 

Once a child reaches a certain skill or age level, he can generally do the chores for his age group and those for the age groups below. However, you'll want to be there the first time your child tackles a new task, regardless of age. 

Of course, some of these chores need to be done each day, others once a week, and still others once a month or even less frequently. Use your best judgment for what gets done when.

garage kids chores for ages 2 and under:

  • Put toys in bins or drawers
  • Pick up wrappers and small trash

kids chores for ages 3 to 5:

  • Previous chore, plus:
  • Put toys and games (and all their pieces) in the proper boxes and bins
  • Help prepare papers for recycling
  • Sweep the garage floor with a push broom

kids chores for ages 6 to 9:

  • Previous chores, plus:
  • Wipe up spills
  • Sweep floor
  • Empty and wipe wastebaskets clean, using disinfecting wipes
  • Prepare recyclables for pickup
  • Vacuum out car
  • Help wash car
  • Clean all doormats

kids chores for ages 10 to 13:

  • Previous chores, plus:
  • Disinfect light switches and doorknobs
  • Take trash and recycling containers to the curb
  • Wipe clean the car's dashboard and upholstery
  • Wash screens and mini blinds
  • Wash windows and wipe light fixtures

kids chores for ages 14 to 17:

  • Previous chores, plus:
  • Wash the car.
  • Wash the car's undercarriage (each spring)
  • Spring clean the garage.









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