Encourage kids to help at home (every day without pay)

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Encourage kids to help at home (every day without pay)

by Michael Grose
Confident kids are competent kids. Past experience has taught them that they can be successful. The easiest (and most neglected way) to help develop competency is to give kids opportunities to help out at home. Don’t overburden them with jobs. …
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