Assign simple tasks to your child, so that they get into the habit of carrying them out automatically. This gives your child a sense of accomplishment and saves you time and energy. Work out a program and represent it on a chart or weekly planner. Be sure to explain all the tasks to your child, so that they know what is expected of them and reward your child for cooperation. Try your best to stick to the routine you have worked out, by not running multiple incentive programs at once for more than one child.
If you persevere, you will be rewarded with a lighter, simper workload for yourself and your child will have structure and routine as part of daily life. By having a visual aid like a chart to refer to, your child may even end up reminding you about rewards or tasks that have slipped your mind.