9 responses to “Getting your kids to do chores, Part 1 – Stop the nagging!”

  1. Overcoming Computer/Video Game Addiction | Adventures in Parenting

    [...] I also recommend a great tool called TimesUpKidz. It’s developed by a dad with 2 boys, you can read about it on my post “Get Your Kids Off the Computer Without Nagging.” Yes, it is possible to do it without nagging! [...]

  2. Getting your kids to do chores, Part 2 | Adventures in Parenting

    [...] week, I wrote Part 1 in answer to a reader’s question, ““I would LOVE to hear some tips on how to get the [...]

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    be loving to your child but also dont be afraid to setup boundaries that shouldnt be crossed.
    I think a big problem in parenting these days is that many parents want to be their kids best friend or pal. Your their parent. Bring them up responsibly. they will come to appreciate your love and discipline when they get older.

  4. Getting your kids to do chores, Part 3 | Adventures in Parenting

    [...] 1. Stop Nagging! [...]

  5. Getting your kids to do chores, Part 4 | Adventures in Parenting

    [...] Part 1, Part 2, and Part [...]

  6. Are you a Frazzled Female? | Adventures in Parenting

    [...] when our natural inclination is to point out faults, or nag at the kids, how do we curb that [...]

  7. Should we pay our children to do chores? | Adventures in Parenting

    [...] might be interested in reading my series on Getting Your Kids to Do Chores. [...]

  8. What to do when kids disobey

    [...] 2. Our children will obey us to avoid our nagging. They merely tune out our nagging. See my post here about nagging. [...]

  9. Ron J

    If you have an iPad, there is an App that can help with organizing kids and their chores. Also has a checkbook window that gives them some accounting training! http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ichores/id398902259?mt=8 iChores

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