Get Your Kids Successfully Started on Chores (and Keep Them Motivated)



My kids have been doing chores for eight years.

Hi! I’m Kerry, the mother of two girls ages 13 and 15.

Years ago, I read about the benefits of kids doing chores and was determined to start them with my own children.

We began with a few simple chores – feeding our cat and sweeping the floor, for example.

Today, my girls help us clean our house once a month, clean their bedrooms every Sunday evening, pack their own school lunches, do their laundry, help out with other daily chores, and more.

No one truly loves doing chores (kids included!) but there are strategies you can take to encourage kids to do their chores without the need to nag, bribe them or find yourself in constant power struggles about getting chores done.

In my four-part course, I’ll teach you my step-by-step process to get your kids successfully started on chores and willing to do them weeks, months, and even years after you begin. (It IS possible!)

Here’s what’s included in the course:

Each lesson in this four-part course builds upon the last to help set you up for success.

INTRODUCTION: Why You Need to Give Your Kids Chores

The list of benefits kids receive from doing chores is long! This introduction will share the reasons why chores are important for kids and the great service you’ll do to your kids and yourself to get them started. (10 minutes)

LESSON #1: The Right Way to Introduce Chores to Your Kids

The way you introduce and get kids started with chores is key! It will affect how willing your kids will be to do chores, how motivated they’ll be over the long run, and help you avoid power struggles. (7 minutes)

LESSON #2: How to Keep Kids Motivated to Do Their Chores

In this lesson, I’ll share with you the exact strategies you can use to keep kids motivated to do their chores without the use of bribes, rewards or money. (6 minutes)

LESSON #3: How to Avoid Power Struggles

Power struggles don’t need to be a necessary by-product of giving kids chores. The strategies shared in this lesson can be applied to kids chores as well as other areas of parenting. (7 minutes)

LESSON #4: Teaching Kids to Do Their Chores Well

You may wonder how you can teach your kids to do their chores well without causing an argument. I’ll share with you a four-step process you can use to set your kids up for success while keeping the peace. (6 minutes)

You’ll also receive these bonuses:

BONUS VIDEO: How to Have a Family Cleaning Day

Every month our family comes together to clean our house from top to bottom. In this bonus video, I’ll explain how you can do this with your family. (6 minutes)


Determine which chores your kids can start doing now with my Chores by Age Group Guide. And my 4 Steps to Train Kids in Their Chores Guide will outline the steps to take to train kids in their chores while avoiding arguments.


When you enroll in the course, you’ll have instant access to a private community where you can ask me questions related to the course and receive advice, tips, and feedback from other parents.

What people are saying:

Kids who do chores gain:

  • A sense of responsibility. And more responsible kids means less reliance on you!
  • A sense of teamwork as kids work with their family to maintain their home.
  • The belief that contributing to housework is the norm, which will make them a better spouse or partner later in life.
  • An introduction to the concept of grunt work. Meaning, that work isn’t always fun and rewarding but necessary.
  • A greater sense of capability, belonging, and significance as they contribute to their household.

Don’t wait any longer!

Enroll today:



one time fee

✔️ Four video lessons

✔️ Bonus video lesson

✔️ Bonus Chores by Age Group Guide

✔️ Bonus Steps to Train Kids in Their Chores Guide

✔️ Private course community

All content within this course is designed to provide support and education for parents. This course, including questions I answer, does not replace the relationship between a therapist and client in a one-on-one setting with an individualized treatment plan. I am not a physician, psychologist, or counselor, nor am I licensed to offer therapy or medical advice of any kind. I am a certified positive parenting educator and my courses, blog posts, and all other guidance are based on my training and experience. Please consult with a professional if you suspect any medical or developmental issues with your child.