Kids who do chores are more likely to be successful. Here’s
Kids who do chores are more likely to be successful. Here’s why...
Research recently revealed that chores are good for kids.
The research shows that kids who do chores grow into happier, healthier, and far more successful adults.
Kids who do chores learn to organise their time and to delay gratification - both are important skills for later success.
Scientists believe that parents must start giving their kids chores as young as the age of two - before they see their parents doing chores around the house.
Martin Bester said: "My dad taught me to work in the garden and to do things around the house before I could go swimming. It taught me discipline and time management."
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