Get Kids Involved in Cleaning the House
With many of us spending more time at home, limiting exposure to indoor allergens for yourself and your family is more important than ever. Things like mold, dust, pet dander and mites are all indoor allergens that have a way of making themselves comfortable within the rugs, furniture, and air of your home, and may contribute to your seasonal, or year-round, allergy-symptoms.
Cleaning and allergy-proofing chores can be a daunting task — especially for children. But if they can get involved in the cleaning process, it could make your life a whole lot easier! One way to successfully get your children involved in helping to keep the home clean or pick up after their own messes is to get them excited about cleaning, by making it more of an activity and less of a chore. Below are a couple printable activities to get your kids involved and excited about spring cleaning!
More resources, as well as printable checklists for kids’ chores and other resources, can be found on Everlywell.