- Caring For Pets. ...
- Cleaning Up Their Messes. ...
- Cooking A Meal. ...
- Helping With Organization. ...
- Taking Out The Trash. ...
- Tending A Garden. ...
- Caring For Younger Siblings. ...
- Cleaning The Car.
With rights come responsibilities
These include: The right to family care, love and protection and the responsibility to show love, respect and caring to others especially the elderly. The right to a clean environment and the responsibility to take care of their environment by cleaning the space they live in.... read more ›
- Respect their parents, teachers, elders and love youngsters.
- Pay attention to personal hygiene.
- Help people in need.
- Sharing things with others.
- Use polite language.
- Study, play, eat and sleep at the proper time.
- Sort laundry.
- Sweep floors.
- Set and clear table.
- Help make and pack lunch.
- Weed and rake leaves.
- Keep bedroom tidy.
Eight-, 9-, 10-, and 11-year-olds can continue with self-hygiene chores and be totally responsible for getting ready for school. Although they will need help and guidance with homework, they can do much of it on their own. These kids can bring in the mail and take out and bring in the trashcans.... read more ›
- Children have the duty of honoring and respecting father and mother.
- Children have the duty of obeying father and mother.
- Children have the duty of listening to the counsel of father and mother.
- Children have the duty of caring for father and mother in their old age.
- Putting away their belongings.
- Keeping their room room clean.
- Doing laundry and folding clothes.
- Setting the table.
- Washing dishes.
- Feeding and walking pets.
- Vacuuming, dusting, cleaning.
- Helping with food prep or cooking.
attending classes on time and regularly. being prepared for classes with all necessary supplies. taking good care of school property. completing all homework assignments.... view details ›
- Food and shelter. Children cannot acquire their own food or sustain any reasonable shelter. ...
- Physical safety. Children cannot protect themselves from aggressive adults (and other, stronger, children). ...
- Emotional security. ...
- Social skills. ...
- Career abilities. ...
- Internal skills.
Children's rights include the right to health, education, family life, play and recreation, an adequate standard of living and to be protected from abuse and harm. Children's rights cover their developmental and age-appropriate needs that change over time as a child grows up.... see details ›
– Household chores: from a young age, children can be involved in household chores, whether it is putting napkins on the table, picking up toys, or keeping their purse tidy. The involvement in these tasks should be greater as the children grow older.... view details ›
– Household chores: from a young age, children can be involved in household chores, whether it is putting napkins on the table, picking up toys, or keeping their purse tidy. The involvement in these tasks should be greater as the children grow older.... read more ›
- making beds.
- washing/folding/putting away laundry (they do their own 1-2 times/week)
- cleaning the kitchen (washing/drying/putting away dishes; wiping down counters and table; sweeping floors–each child has a rotating role)