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If you are a housewife, you need not to do the household chores all by yourself or avail services at Maid Just Right from San Diego. You can make this extra fun and entertaining by involving your family. This is not only a great way to finish the tasks earlier but at the same time a great form of bonding. Hence, instead of going to the mall and watching movies, you may want to try other activities like doing household chores. Doing chores will teach the kids some functional skill, allow them to be physically active while spending quality time together. House chores can be an enjoyable moment between parents and children, and it will soon become a great part of your weekday schedule.

We have listed some fun ways for you to use household chores as family bonding time. 

  1. Cooking time with family– instead of cooking alone, it would be better to involve your children. You can assign them tasks such as preparing the ingredient,  mixing ingredients, peeling of fruits and vegetables, setting the timer, and preparing the table. This is a great way for your children to be exposed in the kitchen.
  1. Doing the laundry– Before putting clothes for a wash, make a game of separating clothes with the kids. Teach them why it’s important, and how to do it so they can help during the chore. The Addwash washing machine uses the Eco Bubble Technology, thus protecting your most delicate fabrics during powerful cleanings by functioning even with low temperature
  2. Playing in the garden– If you have a garden involved your kids in to gardening and taking care of plants and pulling weeds. Charge them to water a particular plant or dig a hole for the new seed.
  3. Making grocery – grocery shopping is actually fun even if you are doing it alone. But you can let your children join and ask them to prepare a list of ingredients and foods you want to get and separate it with each child assigned to a particular item.

With a little bit of creativity, you can come up with a lot of ways of involving your kids to help you in accomplishing household chores.