Teach Kids to help with Christmas Cleaning


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It’s time to get ready for Christmas company!  We don’t have anyone staying with us this holiday, however it’s the time of year people always seem to stop by for a holiday visit.  It’s a great time to get in house in order! Kids love to help clean especially vacuuming.

With 5 kiddos, renovations, and the holidays it’s easy for our house to become an epic mess on a daily basis.  The best way to keep the mess away is to get the kids involved in maintaining the cleanliness of the house.  Of course the younger kids can put their toys and things away but there are many chores they can help with.


I came up with a list of chores for the younger kids.  I figure once the kids get in their teens it’s pretty easy to find chores for them.  {they can do just about everything an adult can do}  Right click on the image below to download and print for your own family.

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I find the biggest difference in the things the kids can do comes down to height.  The littlest kids just aren’t tall enough to reach some jobs. lol

One thing all my kids love helping with is vacuuming! What could be more fun that watching stuff get sucked up?  Each morning, some how my kids make an epic mess with their cereal!  I don’t know if any cereal makes it to their tummies because it is all over the table, kitchen floor, dinning room floor, and in the carpet.  So each morning after the kids head off to school Lotte and I grab our Eureka SuctionSeal 2.0 vacuum and clean.  She thinks it’s so much fun!


I love that the Eureka SuctionSeal 2.0 is on roll back at Walmart right now, the original price was $148.88, the rollback price is $129. Making it easy to pick up a new vacuum when I’m at the store picking up more cereal. ;)



Honestly she will keep vacuuming even after the floor is clean.





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