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If a kid doesn't like to do chores because he/she doesn't like to work, is there a strategy that can attract a kid to like to do chores?

Not many children will willingly do chores but there are ways to encourage them to do them. For example depending on their age a star chart with a star for each job completed and when they have ten for example they have a nice outing or a small treat in the form of a toy or a friend to play. With older children doing chores for pocket money is a good way to encourage them to help and gives them a sense of responsibility. It also teaches them about earning their pocket money and recognising that everyone has to help within a family.

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